Looking for a sizeable blank canvas that already offers some unbeatable mountain and valley views? Then this one-of-a-kind mid-century in Cahuenga Pass could be just what you’ve been waiting for.
The home was initially designed by famed architect Newell Taylor Reynolds in the 1950s as his own personal residence. Reynold’s wife, Bella Lewitzky, was an acclaimed choreographer and dancer – which explains the separate, sizeable 30 by 36 foot dance studio as one of its numerous amenities.
Perched on a private hillside, this home actually encompasses two primary structures – with the main house offering three bedrooms and three bathrooms. The living room features a freestanding fireplace, along with built-in furniture, and numerous walls of glass, which lend themselves to priceless views below.
A two-car carport provides plenty of space for off-street parking on the home’s quarter-acre lot. Admittedly, many of the features in the residence are somewhat dated, so it could use a bit of touch up and creativity. But, given that the structure is already firmly in place, the sky’s the limit.
Located at 3594 Multiview Drive, this unique residence is currently listed for sale at $1.1 million. Private tours can be arranged for interested purchasers.