Documentary filmmaker Keirda Bahruth and her husband, Acetate Records owner Rick Ballard, are asking $949,000 for their 1920s Craftsman-style home in Mount Washington.
Set above the street, the three-bedroom, two-bathroom home opens to 1,300 square feet of bright living spaces with wood accents. A detached bungalow adds an additional 350 square feet of space.
Walnut cabinetry, concrete countertops and built-in seating occupy the center-island kitchen. Adjacent, there’s a living room lined with original hardwood floors. A teal-tile fireplace anchors the room.
Outside, a balcony affords canyon views, and a three-tiered backyard sits below. Steps descend to a landscaped garden, a lounge and, at the bottom, a small pool with a fountain.
Elizabeth Daly of Sotheby’s International Realty holds the listing.
Bahruth produced “We Live in Public” in 2009, a film about privacy in the internet age that won the Sundance Grand Jury Prize in the U.S. documentary category. Three years later, she directed “Bob and the Monster,” a documentary profile of musician Bob Forrest.
Ballard, who holds a producer credit on “Bob and the Monster,” is the head of Acetate Records, many of whose releases have been recorded in the home’s garage, according to the listing agency.