Eco-Friendly Design Reigns in This Los Angeles Midcentury Seeking $2.6M

Set on a secluded lot, the Elliot Residence offers woodland views, efficient systems, and a trove of original details.
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Location: 4944 Hood Drive, Woodland Hills, California

Price: $2,595,000

Architect: James M. Molony

Year Built: 1960

Footprint: 3,308 square feet (three bedrooms, four baths)

Lot Size: 0.46 acres

From the Agent: "In 1960, Allan and Elsie Elliot retained James M. Molony to construct their dream home. Being an engineer, Mr. Elliot set out to design and build a showstopping midcentury atop a secluded setting. This property at 4944 Hood Drive is just that—a harmonious marriage of classic materials and modern sustainability. The current owners have painstakingly upgraded the home, returning it to its original color and gearing it toward  sustainability. The residence comes with a tankless water heater, a 220V EV charger, a three-zone HVAC, and a variable low-speed pool pump, among other features."

A butterfly roof with overhang hugs the entire width of the home, providing its many outdoor spaces with ample shade and protection.

A wall of sliding-glass doors spans the main living areas, offering direct access to the large pool in the backyard.

A glass-enclosed stairwell bathes both levels with natural light. The stone staircase is original to to the home.

The large primary suite—complete with a steam shower—is located on the lower level.

The backyard features several entertaining and relaxation spaces, all tied together by landscaped steps and paths.

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