Two iconic craftsman bungalows in the Hollywood Hills owned and custom-designed by an Oscar-nominated title designer hit the market.
The late Richard Greenberg, “who lent his artistry to classic films and franchises like “Superman,” “Alien,” and “The Matrix” custom-designed these two homes built in 1932.
Located above the heart of Hollywood, 1977 Hillcrest Road sits on an idyllic lot, with both dwellings perfectly capturing the spirit of its rustic surroundings and the straightforward simplicity of Arts and Crafts architecture.
The main house offers two bedrooms and features original redwood paneling, gorgeous wood-beamed ceilings, a wood-burning brick fireplace in the living room, hardwood floors, and windows on all sides, letting in plenty of natural light.
The updated designer kitchen has lovely marble counters, modern stainless appliances, a skylight, and easy outdoor access to the surrounding decks and patio spaces.
A one-bedroom guest house is separated from the main dwelling by lush green grounds, a hammock perched under a trellis, a koi pond, stairways, stone paths, waterfalls, and aviaries.
Zoned for a duplex, the property is listed for $1.195 million and is ideal if you want to live in the main house and pocket some extra cash by renting the other.