A Trans­porta­tive Estate That Lives Like A Hide­away


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Equal parts pri­vate and pic­turesque, this Out­post Es­tates hide­away is in the heart of it all but feels a world away. The floor-to-ceil­ing cus­tom woodwork and phe­nom­e­nal green canyon views from ev­ery room trans­port one to the rain­forests of South Amer­ica. The invit­ing, open floor plan flows ef­fort­lessly from the liv­ing room through the eat-in kitchen to the for­mal din­ing room.

The three-bed­room, four-bath home fea­tures a guest bed­room with en­suite bath and ter­race ac­cess on the up­per level. The master suite en­com­passes most of the lower level, with win­dow walls fram­ing the sun­set over the trees, and views en­joyed from the com­fort of the bed. Fleet­wood doors in the master bath­room make daily baths in na­ture a re­al­ity.

Off the master suite, a large, cov­ered pa­tio with spa, tele­vi­sion and seat­ing is the per­fect place to un­wind or watch the big game. The third bed­room, also an en­suite, has its own pri­vate en­trance and may serve as a home of­fice or stu­dio.

Sur­rounded by the tran­quil, nat­u­ral beauty of the Hol­ly­wood Hills, the home feels re­mote and se­cluded de­spite be­ing min­utes from shop­ping, din­ing, cul­ture and en­ter­tain­ment—a rare and unique find in the heart of Los An­ge­les.

Rep­re­sented by Jeff Kohl and Alex Brunk­horst.

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