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Revamped Hollywood Hills midcentury asks $3M

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The stylish home was designed by Craig Ellwood and James Tyler

A large brick fireplace separates the living room and dining area.
Photos courtesy of Mick Partridge and Justin Alexander/Hilton & Hyland

Built in 1956, this polished post and beam in the Hollywood Hills is looking sharp after a thorough overhaul.

The house was designed by Case Study architect Craig Ellwood and James Tyler, who at the time worked for Ellwood and designed many of his commissions. The home last sold just 10 months ago (for $1.82 million). Since then, it has been renovated with new terrazzo flooring, a fully remodeled kitchen, and new appliances and fixtures.

Fortunately, the residence retains its elegant modern style, with floor-to-ceiling windows, wood-paneled walls, and a handsome brick fireplace that serves as a partial divider between the living room and dining area.

With 1,688 square feet of total floor space, the property includes a two-bedroom, two-bath main house and a detached guest studio suspended over the driveway.

The house sits on a roughly one-third-acre lot with views across the entire San Fernando Valley. The grounds include a grassy backyard and a slender infinity pool.

Asking price is $2.95 million.

House and detached studio
A detached studio is elevated above the driveway.
Illuminated by a skylight, the kitchen has been recently remodeled.
The home’s airy design allows for plenty of natural light.
Bedroom seen from outside
Walls of glass can be found throughout the home.