While the previous listing for this mid-century modern in the Hollywood Hills doesn't have any interior shots, we happened to take a tour of the house the last time it was on the market back in 2013. Though it had the proverbial good bones and breathtaking views, the 1950 post and beam looked to be in terrible, horrible, no-good, very bad shape, to put it mildly. So we are duly impressed by the property's transformation/reincarnation, courtesy of flip firm ReInhabit. Per its new listing, the revived three-bedroom, three-bath residence features hardwood floors, walls of glass, expansive decks, custom-made stonework, tiles, and cabinetry, new systems, a spa, a fire pit, and off-street parking for up to four cars, plus "6 to 8 private parking spots on Multiview." Last sold for $915,000, the .36-acre property is now asking $2.195 million.