This Wood Clad Home Is Nestled In The Hollywood Hills

Hidden away at the end of a cul-de-sac in the Hollywood Hills, is this home that makes use of wood, stone and glass to create a relaxing and calm living environment.

Photography by Simon Berlyn

 

Hidden away at the end of a cul-de-sac in the Hollywood Hills of Los Angeles, is this home that makes use of wood, stone and glass to create a relaxing and calm living environment.

 

This swimming pool and outdoor area has built-in wooden seating.

Photography by Simon Berlyn

The home, designed by SPACE International, has a large living room that shares the space with the dining area. A wood ceiling flows from the outside of the home to the interior, joining the two two areas to create a single cohesive look.


This home, designed by SPACE International, has a large living room that shares the space with the dining area. The wooden ceiling flows from the outside of the home to the interior, joining the two two areas to create a single cohesive look.

Photography by Simon Berlyn

Behind the living area is the kitchen, that opens up to a small patio area.


This kitchen with stainless steel appliances, opens up to a small patio area.

Photography by Simon Berlyn

The private patio has comfortable lounges for relaxing and a koi pond.


This private patio, located off the home's kitchen, has comfortable lounges for relaxing and a koi pond.

Photography by Simon Berlyn

In addition to the pool and the private patio in the photo above, there are other small outdoor areas to relax in as well.


A small gravel area of the garden is home to a single chair, surrounded by greenery.

Photography by Simon Berlyn

Heading upstairs, the bedroom opens up to a private balcony with views of the city in the distance.


This bedroom has a wall that opens up to a private balcony with views of Hollywood.

Photography by Simon Berlyn

The home also has a green roof that can be viewed from the second-floor balcony.


This home in California has a green roof that can be viewed from the second floor balcony.

Photography by Simon Berlyn

The home is currently for sale. You can view the listing, here.


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