The two-story home is crowned with a luminous living room wrapped in 27-foot-high windows.
After being held by the same owners for 37 years, a two-story midcentury gem in the Hollywood Hills is now up for sale. The structure was built in 1964 by local architect Vernon F. Duckett, and it features original wood-beamed ceilings and a broad facade of floor-to-ceiling windows. Topping off the list are other unique features, such as a cantilevering master bathroom and a lagoon-style swimming pool built into the hillside surrounding the home.
Another dramatic feature is the home’s two-story living room, which is wrapped with 27-foot-high windows. A large loft with a line of clerestory contributes additional daylight to the open space. Spanning just over 4,000 square feet, the property includes three bedrooms, three bathrooms, an office, and multiple lounge areas.
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