8650 Pine Tree Place, Los Angeles, CA 90069

$15,000 Approx. USD 4 beds, 5 baths
3,642 sqft

Agent Remarks

Magnificent architectural estate, originally remodeled by world-recognized architect John Lautner in 1951 for actress Anne Baxter and husband John Hodiak. This hip and voguish residence was extensively renovated in 2010 by international award-winner Sharon Johnston AIA and Mark Lee to today's lifestyle standards with an exquisite choice of materials and appliances. Designed with Hollywood entertaining in mind, this four-bedroom, five-bathroom home offers an office, guest room, kitchen, dining and living room that open to a terrific outdoor patio and a heated pool overlooking the lights of Los Angeles on the first level. Second level consists of a large master with walk-in closets, a second suite and a great den and family room. Completely private and only one block from the finest restaurants, bars and shops the legendary Sunset Strip has to offer.

Listing Details

Property type: Single Family (Single Family)
Status: Active
MLS# 16-166030
List price is $15,000
Beds: 4
Baths: 5 (2 full) (1 half)
Built in 1940
3,642 sqft
2 Story stories
County: Los Angeles
Property style: Architectural (N)
Zoning: LAR1
Parking type: Garage - Two Door (N)
Interior features: Other,Furnished
Appliances: Dishwasher,Garbage Disposal,Refrigerator
Parking description: Driveway
Heating description: Central Furnace
MLS area: Sunset Strip - Hollywood Hills West (C03)

Last Updated: 10/8/2016

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The style of this listing is Architectural (N).
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The listing is zoned LAR1.
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Broker: Courtesy of The Agency
Listing Agent: Santiago Arana

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