Richard Dorman, an esteemed architect who helped shape the mid-century modern landscape of Los Angeles, designed this serene and private residence in the Hollywood Hills.
Paying attention to its modernist roots, the space stands revamped under the guidance of the current owner and noted designer, Thomas Bina. Public spaces remain arranged over an entirely open-plan with high vaulted beam ceilings anchored by floor-to-ceiling Fleetwood sliding glass doors overlooking the pool and spa.
Measuring 3,322 square feet, the main living space holds three bedrooms with the poolside master suite offering a huge closet and dressing area, along with an expansive en-suite bathroom that includes an indoor/outdoor shower.
The custom Miele kitchen, with an adjoining dining area, looks out to the pool surrounded Ipe wood decking and lush Brazilian-style landscaping.
Last sold four years ago for $2.275 million, the property is now listed for $3.499 million and comes with a one-bedroom guesthouse.
Listing courtesy of Laura Basset – Compass