Silver Lake’s Dana Hollister seems to have a penchant for religious structures, popular restaurants, and a pared-down home.
Among her real estate collection is a former church she wants to convert into a boutique hotel, Cliff’s Edge, and the Paramour – a sprawling 22,000-square-foot Mediterranean estate with 14 bedrooms, a 60-foot pool, and an industrial kitchen set on 4.5 acres of terraced hilltop formerly named Canfield-Moreno Estate, and this 2-story understated stunner.
The home sits on a downslope lot across the street from the Paramour. The residence opens to white-washed gallery walls and bleached wood floors. The open living, dining, and kitchen take full advantage of the spectacular views from the ocean to Silver Lake and the mountains beyond.
Old-meets-modern is the heart of the aesthetic with eclectic accents that include decorative tile and an orange Bertazzoni range in the kitchen, along with an ornate chandelier hanging in the bathroom.
All the bedrooms are en-suite, with the large private main bedroom located upstairs. This bedroom features a fireplace and a large private terrace sharing the spectacular views of the public spaces below.
And, while you’ll enjoy having friends over to share a bottle of Pinot as the sun falls behind Downtown’s glittering skyline, you’re just up the street from the lively, pedestrian-friendly beat of Sunset Junction. Last sold in 2005 for $1,460,000. Listed by Jeff Young, 1902 Micheltorena St is now asking $2,995,000.