This modest mid-century home built on a sprawling double lot in the Hollywood Hills offers peace, privacy, and expansion potential.
The home, designed by two of Hollywood’s greatest production designers, Dean Tavoularis (Five-time Academy Award Nom., Oscar Winner for The Godfather) and Joel Schiller (Little Big Man, The Graduate, and The Muppet Movie,) sits on two APNs measuring over half an acre with canyon and city views to the ocean.
Perched above the street, the 1,156-square-foot single-story residence holds one bedroom and two bathrooms. Walls of glass enable the dwelling to melt into its verdant surroundings, and a wrap-around deck affords seamless indoor/outdoor living. The interior has an open floor plan consisting of a dining and living room and a large, open kitchen area with an island.
You can easily enjoy the peace, quiet, and privacy the home offers or expand the current structure, build an entirely new one, and even add a pool.
Formerly owned by “Friends” composer Michael Skloff, the home spent a few months on the market in 2020 without finalizing a sale. Located at 2758 Rinconia Drive, the home returns to the market seeking $1.789 million.
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