Marvelous midcentury fixer hits the market in the Hollywood Hills

West Coast television wouldn’t be the same without Klaus Landsberg. In business, this book details his ‘dream team’ of people in front of and behind the cameras who helped invent a new medium of communication and entertainment. At home, he lived in a marvelous midcentury in the Hollywood Hills.

Designed by noted architect Burton Schutt — best known for designing the Bel-Air Hotel — the home stands on a generous hillside lot at 2338 El Contento Drive.

A towering glass entry opens to a multi-level interior holding three bedrooms and three bathrooms within nearly 2,500 square feet of living space. Original features retain the 50s vibe with exposed beams, walls of windows bringing in city-to-ocean views, a kitchen with a wood-burning rotisserie, and a double-sided fireplace in the shape of a triangle, warming the living room and dining area.

For the first time on the market since the 1950s, the home has a guest house and swimming pool. Asking $2.199 million.

Listing courtesy of Phil Missig – Berkshire Hathaway

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