Other homes in the Hollywood Hills may enjoy a scenic overlook of Los Angeles and the surrounding canyons, but not many of them feel quite as tucked away as this Beachwood Canyon property. With views of the iconic Hollywood Sign and bordered by Griffith Park, this hilltop midcentury home offers city panoramas and privacy alike.
Originally built in 1957 by an unknown designer and builder, the post-and-beam structure was extensively restored in 2000 by local architects Tony Unruh and Trish Boyer of Unruh Boyer Architecture & Design. Inside the home, original floor-to-ceiling windows frame mountain views along one side, while another corner looks out onto a canopy of trees growing around the home. The property’s sloping western edge also allows for a largely hidden lower level surrounded by a private patio and lush vegetation.
The nearly 2,500-square-foot home features three bedrooms and two-and-a-half bathrooms on the main level, while the lower level comes with a private guest suite and a large family room that could also double as a bedroom. Currently owned by actor, director, and fashion designer Tara Subkoff—best known for her roles in the ’90s classics When the Bough Breaks and As Good as It Gets—the property was recently listed for sale with an asking price of $3,599,000. Keep scrolling to see more.
3132 Hollyridge Drive in Los Angeles, California, is currently listed for $3,599,000 by Lilian Pfaff and Nate Cole of SUPRSTRUCTUR.
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