Nestled on a quiet lot in the Hollywood Hills, this laidback post-and-beam home was originally designed by architect Philip Kimmelman.
Kimmelman was a project architect with Welton Becket and Associates, who were responsible for many important structures throughout Los Angeles. This midcentury home was designed in 1957 for Kimmelman and his family and sold for the first time in 2011. The new owners enlisted Malibu-based architect Bruce Bolander for a light remodel to reconfigure the master bath and closet, as well as update the bathroom and kitchen. He also designed a guest house addition that blends seamlessly with the existing property.