Modern Undercover

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February 20, 2013
Just three weeks before their wedding, Jason Greenman and Jeanne Williams purchased their home in September of 2000. Having set their hopes on a mid-century modern home nestled in the Hollywood Hills, they decided to take a gander around Hancock Park at the suggestion of their real estate agent. Stumbling upon an open house, they popped in—and despite the home’s fixer-upper status—were sold. Read Full Article
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  The pool was installed by Eric Watanabe of Magestic Pools & Landscapes.  Photo by: Michael Wells
    The pool was installed by Eric Watanabe of Magestic Pools & Landscapes.

    Photo by: Michael Wells

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  Custom millwork by architect Mike Jacobs allow the studio to serve as a secondary storage space for the main house. The clear finished walnut veneer prvoides a polished contrast to the raw floors.  Photo by: Michael Wells
    Custom millwork by architect Mike Jacobs allow the studio to serve as a secondary storage space for the main house. The clear finished walnut veneer prvoides a polished contrast to the raw floors.

    Photo by: Michael Wells

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  Poured concrete floors on the first floor pay tribute to the building’s predecessor.  Photo by: Michael Wells
    Poured concrete floors on the first floor pay tribute to the building’s predecessor.

    Photo by: Michael Wells

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  Sunlight easily finds its way into the first floor of the studio.  Photo by: Michael Wells
    Sunlight easily finds its way into the first floor of the studio.

    Photo by: Michael Wells

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  A shot at dusk shows off the garage door’s perfect mix of in and out for entertaining purposes.  Photo by: Michael Wells
    A shot at dusk shows off the garage door’s perfect mix of in and out for entertaining purposes.

    Photo by: Michael Wells

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  A nearly 360 degree view of trees outside contribute to the treehouse feel of the second floor.  Photo by: Michael Wells
    A nearly 360 degree view of trees outside contribute to the treehouse feel of the second floor.

    Photo by: Michael Wells

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  The traditional beamed ceiling becomes more modern when paired with a white coat and expansive windows.  Photo by: Michael Wells
    The traditional beamed ceiling becomes more modern when paired with a white coat and expansive windows.

    Photo by: Michael Wells

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  A vintage Heywood Wakefield table is complemented by a West Elm kilim rug.  Photo by: Michael Wells
    A vintage Heywood Wakefield table is complemented by a West Elm kilim rug.

    Photo by: Michael Wells

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  A view of the second floor from the top of the staircase. Open shelving open to the stairs further contribute to the open and airy feeling of the space.  Photo by: Michael Wells
    A view of the second floor from the top of the staircase. Open shelving open to the stairs further contribute to the open and airy feeling of the space.

    Photo by: Michael Wells

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