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Splendid Hollywood Hills midcentury modern with fun bathrooms asks $3.5M

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Clerestory windows and two really cool bathrooms

Photos by Shooting LA, courtesy of JB Fung and Brian Courville/John Aaroe Group

Located alongside Wattles Garden Park in the Hollywood Hills, the midcentury modern Schustack Residence is a well-preserved example of the explosively popular period.

The house was built in 1957 and designed by architect Howard Lane (a one-time student of Mies van der Rohe), who mostly did commercial design with big-name firms like Pereira & Luckman, Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, and AC Martin, the listing says.

The four-bedroom house features clerestory windows, beamed ceilings, a dining room, and a large and airy living room.

At least two of the bedrooms have pegboard walls, a cool utilitarian touch. The house’s two bathrooms are boldly decorated, featuring radiant blue-green tile and fun wallpaper reminiscent of old timey advertisements.

The rear yard features a kidney-shaped pool and plenty of space for sunbathing—the approximately 19,000-square-foot lot is largely flat.

The house has only been on the market once before, selling in 2013 for just over $2.1 million. It’s now listed for $3.49 million.