In Hollywood Hills, a scenic architectural abode seeks $6.15 million
Long-term or short-term, this scenic Hollywood Hills abode is up for grabs. The home just hit the market for $6.15 million, and it’s also up for rent at $30,000 per month.
Built in 2000, the modern three-story spot boasts walls of windows that take in panoramic scenes from the city to the ocean. The views continue out back, where a hillside patio and infinity pool line the perimeter of the hillside property.
For the record:
6:34 PM, Feb. 18, 2020A previous version of this article stated that the home was owned by Halo Top ice cream founder Justin Woolverton. The property is owned by an LLC.
Inside, high ceilings top floors of tile and walnut in the stylish living spaces. There’s a spacious entry, a rounded living room, an indoor-outdoor dining room and a center-island chef’s kitchen.
Amenities include a movie theater with a wet bar and an office with a fireplace. In the master suite, a curved wall of glass overlooks L.A. It’s one of four bedrooms and six bathrooms in 5,000 square feet.
James Harris and David Parnes of the Agency hold the listing.
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