‘Ridiculousness’ host Rob Dyrdek is entertaining offers on Hollywood Hills home
It would appear that there is healthy demand for Rob Dyrdek’s spot in Hollywood Hills West. The home of the professional skateboarder, entrepreneur and television personality is up for sale at $3.495 million and already accepting backup offers, per the Multiple Listing Service.
The contemporary-style house, built in 1977 and since remodeled, sits behind gates on a third of an acre in the coveted Wonderland school district territory. Floor-to-ceiling windows and glass doors take in vistas of the surrounding canyons, Studio City and the backyard swimming pool and patio area.
The 3,733 square feet of open interiors has a polished look with subdued tones, Brazilian walnut and flannel limestone floors and modern fixtures. Ann Sacks and Walker Zanger tiles add a layers of texture to the living areas.
A great room with a vibrant stacked-stone fireplace, a formal dining area, a sitting area, a den/office and a chef’s kitchen are among the common rooms.
The master suite has a custom walk-in closet, a steam shower and a pair of side-by-side soaking tubs. Sliding glass doors off the master bath open to a raised deck with a hot tub. There are four bedrooms and three bedrooms in all.
Outdoors, the setting includes a flagstone patio that surrounds the pool. There’s also a fire pit and a long bar designed to take in the views.
Cindy Ambuehl of The Agency is the listing agent.
Dyrdek, 41, is known for the MTV reality series “Rob & Big” and “Fantasy Factory.” He has hosted the comedy show “Ridiculousness” since 2011.
He bought the house in 2012 for $2.5 million.
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