Who doesn't love drooling over a gorgeous mid-century modern home? We'll never tire of this style of home and its quirky design.
Part of the larger modernist movement and with roots in the Industrial Revolution, original mid-century modern design dates back to 1935 and was very popular until roughly 1975 due to its emphasis on functionality and simplicity. Present day, it's more popular than ever.
Today we're venturing to the ever-glamorous Hollywood Hills - where this 1962 residence happens to be nestled - just minutes from the Sunset Strip.
With floor-to-ceiling windows offer panoramic views from DTLA to the ocean, your breath will truly be taken away at this two-bed, three-bath home.
Before we move further inside, some initial highlights include open floor plan living at its finest, hardwoods throughout, custom electric blinds, and smart home technology.
The spacious upper level includes a large fireplace and vast living space, a gourmet kitchen with Sub-Zero refrigerator, and highly-coveted Viking stove in the very on-trend forest green kitchen with dining nook.
All the mid century modern vibessss.
Both the main bedroom (home to another fireplace!) and guest suite give access to the expansive outdoor deck...
... where endless views of the Hollywood Hills await and, if you close your eyes, you can just imagine morning coffees would be a dream and evening cocktails a delight!
Other bonuses of this home include a two-car garage and office space! Check out the full listing.
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