Ultra-Sleek Hollywood Hills Home


Just when you thought you had seen the sleekest house (like the one featured in Eugene’s post about the Santa Barbara pavilion), here comes an amazing one perched on top of Hollywood Hills. It’s truly a design to kill for…

The 4,000 square foot house, which boasts both city and ocean views, sits on a 10,580 square foot lot with an infinity pool and spa, both of which have LED lighting and can be heated by either gas or solar power. Also in the backyard, an art installation titled "Sprout" by artist Nancy Braver adds a unique twist to the overall design.

Located above LA’s famous Sunset Strip, this four bedroom, five bathroom home doesn’t come cheap. It just hit the market with the cool listing price of $9.9 million. Any takers?


















Official Listing
Photo credit: William MacCollum
via [Curbed], [Huff Po]



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