Film producer Vincent Sieber, whose credits include “The Hive” and the upcoming fantasy flick “The Chronicles of Narnia: The Silver Chair,” has put his home in the Nichols Canyon area of Hollywood Hills West for $2.995 million.
Designed by prominent local architect Edward H. Fickett, the 1950s post-and-beam retains its vintage good looks with clean lines, exposed beams and circular wall partitions. Living spaces take in a central atrium and water feature set inside walls of glass.
Within the 3,100 square feet of open space are formal living and dining rooms, a modern chef’s kitchen, four bedrooms and 3.25 bathrooms. A two-sided rock fireplace divides the common areas.
Walls of glass off the dining area and master bedroom open to an outdoor living room and a swimming pool. Adjacent to the pool is a raised deck with a spa and a fire pit. Hedges and mature trees complete the grounds.
Marcie Hartley of Hilton & Hyland, an affiliate of Christie’s International Real Estate, holds the listing.
Sieber is the director of The C.S. Lewis Company, a position he has held since 2012. Last year, he launched the L.A.-based production company Midnight Road Entertainment with film executive Kitty Kaletsky and editor John-Michael Powell.
He bought the house five years ago for $1.85 million, property records show.
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