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Midcentury modern fixer with epic views in the Cahuenga Pass asking $1.4M

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The three-bedroom home sports a wavy wall of mirrors, a river-rock fireplace, and vast expanses of glass.

Photos by William MacCollum, courtesy of The Agency

New to market in the Hollywood Hills is a midcentury modern that has lost its luster, but with some polishing could turn out to be a real gem.

Perched near the top of Bonnie Hill Drive in the Cahuenga Pass, the three-bedroom, two-bath fixer was designed in 1956 by architect Harry Hillier, a onetime president of the AIA’s San Fernando Valley chapter.

Along with the curving wall of mirrors jazzing up the living room, the 1,757-square-foot residence’s notable features include a river-rock fireplace, built-in furniture, and an expanse of sliding glass doors offering panoramic views.

Listed at an asking price of $1.395 million, the property sits on a flat lot measuring 8,406 square feet and also has an attached two-car garage. An open house is scheduled for Sunday between 1 and 4 p.m.