Actress Tara Subkoff debuts dazzling Midcentury in Hollywood Hills
The restorations are complete, and now Tara Subkoff is ready to cash out in Hollywood Hills. Her post-and-beam Midcentury just hit the market for $4 million — or $1.5 million more than she paid for it three years ago.
Sporting a fresh new look, the 1950s home pairs a gray-green exterior with a bright red front door. Inside, walls of glass brighten just about every living space.
Built-ins frame a custom fireplace in the living room. Elsewhere on the main level are two bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms, a sunny breakfast nook, indoor-outdoor lounge and galley-style kitchen.
There’s a guest suite down below, as well as a gym and forest green screening room.
Outside, the quarter-acre property takes full advantage of its scenic perch in the hills. Beams top a deck with built-in seating, and a flat, grassy lawn adds space to spread out. A swimming pool and spa complete the scene.
Subkoff, 46, starred in the films “When the Bough Breaks,” “As Good as It Gets” and “The Last Days of Disco” before co-founding her art collective and fashion line, Imitation of Christ, in 2000. Four years ago, she released her directorial debut, “#Horror.”
Sasha Anthome-Kuzemka and Sherri Rogers of Compass hold the listing.
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