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One-bedroom in West Hollywood midcentury complex asks $539K

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The building was designed by modern architect Edward Fickett

View of complex from pool deck
Built in 1954, the complex has sloping rooflines and a colorful exterior.
Photos courtesy Eric Nam, Berkshire Hathaway

This one-bedroom condo is located in West Hollywood’s Hollywood Riviera complex, built in 1954 by influential modern architect Edward Fickett. The playfully designed structure features walls of glass, slanted rooflines, and patches of greenery surrounding a central swimming pool and hot tub.

The unit itself has 637 square feet of living space, with an open kitchen and living area, an airy bedroom, and a recently updated bathroom. The living room opens to a large outdoor patio enclosed by tall privacy walls.

In addition to the heptagonal swimming pool, amenities for residents include outdoor seating, a laundry room, and gated parking. As an added bonus, the building’s architectural pedigree helps to make it eligible for tax breaks under California’s Mills Act, which incentivizes owners to preserve historic properties.

Asking price is $539,000, with HOA dues of $400 per month.

Living room with door to patio
Kitchen with breakfast bar
Deck space
View of building from the front