Constructed in 1934, this unique one-bedroom home in the Hollywood Hills was originally built as a guest house, according to its listing agents. Built along a steep hillside, the 900-square-foot residence is accessed by a winding network of stairs surrounded by lush vegetation and sort of resembles a tree house.
To go along with that theme, the property includes a number of decks and patios, while the home itself is outfitted with skylights and glass doors providing views of the surrounding scenery. The home’s living room features an impressive vaulted and beamed ceiling, as well as a large stone fireplace, giving it a somewhat rustic feel.
The bedroom and bathroom both look a bit snug, but it’s clear the previous owner has made the most of the space. There’s also room enough around the cozy home for a wet bar, small alcove for sitting/reading, and an office hidden away behind sliding wooden pocket doors.
Other features of the home include an updated kitchen with Viking appliances and a one-car garage. Situated on a 3,431-square-foot lot, its asking $1.299 million.
- 1766 Prospect Drive [Alphonso Lascano and Bjorn Farrugia | Hilton and Hyland]