Nestled high in the hills of Los Angeles, and home to the famed, late Lyn Kienholz – curator, author, and president of the California / International Arts Foundation – this home is picture perfect. With more than 4,000 square feet of interior living space, the residence – initially constructed in 1952 – offers four bedrooms, and five baths.
Plenty of natural light shines in through the home’s multiple windows and French doors – and many of the original features can still be found here, including two fireplaces, period tile, and beautiful wide-plank hardwood flooring.
Secluded high upon a hillside, priceless views of the city and the ocean can be enjoyed, while surrounded by mature trees, flowers, and fresh air. One of the home’s more unique features is its two kitchens (as it is rumored that Kienholz at one time operated a restaurant on the property).
For many years, the home was a regular gathering place for well known writers, artists, and other public figures – so the parking for nearly a dozen vehicles lends itself well to entertaining by the new owner(s).
Located at 2737 Outpost Drive, this private Hollywood Hills residence is currently listed for sale at $2.348M. Private tours can be scheduled for interested buyers.