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Sleek 60s modern in Sunset Plaza with views for miles seeks $2.45M

Also boasts an elevator, deluxe screening room, and rooftop deck

Images courtesy of Angela Bond

After spending an evening partaking in the pleasures of the Sunset Strip, getting papped as you fumble with your housekeys upon returning home is no way to cap off the night. Luckily, that’s one thing you won’t have to worry about with this slinky modern in the Hollywood Hills—not only is it accessed via a private lane off of Kings Road, its garage contains an elevator to whisk its occupants up to either of the two-story home’s living levels.

Other notable aspects of the 3,232-square-foot residence include walls of glass, vertiginous ceilings, Calacatta marble countertops, teak cabinets, a convertible screening room, and a rooftop ipe deck with fire pit offering master-of-the-universe views.

Last but not least, if/when the house’s next owners set about remodeling, it also comes with the major bonus of recently discovered architectural drawings for alterations drawn up by John Lautner in 1965 and 1966 (it’s unclear if those plans were ever executed).

Last sold in 2009 for $1.39 million, the property is now asking $2.45 million. Open house is scheduled for Tuesday between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m.