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Bright midcentury tucked into the Hollywood Hills asks $1.825M

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Flooded with light and views of the hills

 3151 Arrowhead Drive
Photos by Jeff Ong / courtesy of Leah Lail and Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage

We’ll get to the house in a second. First, take a gander at the backyard. There’s a beautiful tree under which to sit and take in the green foliage and hilltop views (it looks like you can even get a peek the Hollywood sign). In true midcentury fashion, the home brings the outside in with windows that stretch the entire length of the living and dining rooms. All of that glass also floods the house with light.

That was the work of Burbank-based architect Bolter Morris, who designed the home for his family in 1966. Now retired, he tells Curbed they lived there for about eight years before moving on. Since then, it has been redone. Originally, “it didn’t have all of the frills. It was more of an International style,” he said.

With three bedrooms and three bathrooms, it measures 1,914 square feet. It last sold in May 2014 for $1.375 million. After a renovation, it’s back on the market asking $1.825 million.