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Home of the Week

A visually dramatic contemporary in Hollywood Hills

Lauren Beale
Hot Property

This sophisticated-looking contemporary — high on a knoll in the Hollywood Hills area defined by its use of bird names for streets — is visually dramatic with offset rooflines, irregularly shaped rooms and retractable walls of glass. Designed for entertaining, the two-story house features a sunken living room, a lower-level lounge with a bar and subterranean parking for up to six vehicles.

Location: 9233 Swallow Drive, Los Angeles, 90069

Asking price: $21.85 million

Year built: 2015

Designer: Bradley Bayou

House size: Five bedrooms, five full bathrooms, two powder rooms in 7,500 square feet

Lot size: 15,160 square feet

Features: Screening room, dining room, breakfast area, breakfast bar, family room, study/office, three fireplaces, elevator, alarm system, infinity pool with a spa, outdoor entertainment areas, koi pond, Zen-inspired garden, deck, city and hillside views

About the area: Last year, 171 single-family homes sold in the 90069 ZIP Code at a median price of $2.225 million, according to CoreLogic. That was a 1.1% price decrease from 2013.

Agent: David Yocum, (310) 560-6164, Hilton & Hyland, an affiliate of Christie's International Real Estate

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