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Producer John Powers Middleton is ready to play ball for Hollywood Hills compound

Television and film producer John Powers Middleton has listed his modern-style home in Hollywood Hills West for $6.995 million.
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Television and film producer John Powers Middleton, whose credits include “The Lego Movie” and the upcoming comedy “Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising,” has put his modern home in Hollywood Hills West up for sale at $6.995 million.

Middleton, the son of Philadelphia Phillies part-owner John S. Middleton, bought the house four years ago for $4.75 million, public records show.

The walled and gated compound, built in 2003, has a raw industrial vibe with slab concrete floors, exposed ductwork and a dramatic, skylight-topped spiral steel staircase. Two-story walls of glass take in the grounds and sweeping views of the Hollywood Hills.

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Open living and dining rooms, a family room, an office and a center-island kitchen with a dining area lie within the roughly 8,500 square feet of interiors. A custom media center sits beneath 20-foot ceilings and holds another kitchen and a game room, and an adjacent duplex guest house has one bedroom and a third kitchen.

The master suite has two walk-in closets and a sitting room for a total of six bedrooms and eight bathrooms.

Outdoors, terraced grounds include two lawns, a wide patio and a swimming pool with an aqueduct feature. There’s also a three-car garage.

Ron Holliman of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage is the listing agent.

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Middleton, 32, is an executive producer of the A&E series “Bates Motel.” The films “Oldboy” (2013), “Run All Night” (2015) and “Poltergeist” (2015) are among his other credits.

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neal.leitereg@latimes.com

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