Built in 1957, this midcentury dwelling is hidden from the street and stands at the end of a long private driveway with stunning views of the surrounding canyons, ocean, and the and iconic Griffith Observatory and Hollywood Sign
Restored by Tony Unruh — who heads the design-build firm Unruh Boyer with his wife out of the Ain & Garrott architectural building in Silver Lake — restored 3132 Hollyridge Dr, maintaining its original mid-century core.
Light pours in through floor-to-ceiling walls of glass wrapping around the entire house, opening to view decks and the endless grassy yard with a pool.
From the open living and dining room with a fireplace to the bedrooms and the step down lounge area next to the kitchen, each room throughout the 1,270 square feet of internal space has a clear connection to the outdoors.
Upper and lower cabinets and open shelves provide ample storage in the galley-style kitchen.
Last sold in 2016 for $2.5 million, the home is currently listed with an asking price of $4 million and comes with a separate entrance with an en suite guest room, screening room, and gym.
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Listing courtesy of RSR – Compass
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