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Revamped Hollywood Hills modern with killer views asks $2.75M

Lots of glass and deck space

View from wraparound deck
The three-bedroom home is surrounded by multiple decks and outdoor spaces.
Photos courtesy Alphonso Lascano, Hilton & Hyland

This three-bedroom home in the Hollywood Hills was built in 1963, though it looks nearly brand new. A host of recent updates have transformed the midcentury residence into a sleek, contemporary-looking property with new appliances and fixtures, but the main selling point is the views.

Perched on a nearly half-acre lot west of Runyon Canyon Park, the house is nestled among the trees and surrounded by multiple wooden decks, along with dirt pathways and a bit of garden space. The interior of the home features floor-to-ceiling windows and folding glass doors to maximize natural light and views across the hills.

Bedroom with door to deck
Living room with glass walls
Open kitchen space

Other features include an open kitchen, dining, and living space; hardwood floors; and three en-suite bathrooms. The master bathroom is particularly luxurious, with a double vanity, freestanding bathtub, and a glass-enclosed shower that looks out onto the trees outside.

Upper and lower level decks

The 2,260-square-foot home also has an attached two-car garage and a concrete alcove alongside the house that's equipped now for grilling.

View looking into living room
Sunset seen from deck

Asking price is $2.749 million.