There is an Industrial loft-style home in West Hollywood Hills with unique sculptures, artworks, and furnishings. This is now on the market priced at $2.995 million.
The house is measured at 3,000 square feet with three bedrooms, three baths, Viking appliances, marble, poured concrete walls, porcelanosa tiles, Caesarstone counter-tops, security cameras, home automation system, over-sized garage and grass yard with room and plans for a pool and hot tub. The highlight of this house is the fire-spewing missile at the front of the house.
This unique Industrial-style home in new West Hollywood Hills is listed by the Altman Brothers Team of Douglas Elliman Real Estate.
Not often, and possibly never before, does one find a home with a New York industrial loft vibe in the Hollywood Hills custom-designed by a well-known commercial architect. But guaranteed, this home has to be the only one in the country with a missile lodged nose first at the entry with the fire still shooting out of its tail. Expect copycats. Built on speculation, there will be no guessing on whether or not this one-of-a-kind, 3,000-square-foot home will spark plenty of party chatter before guests even get to the front door.
Located high in the West Hollywood Hills on a proper European Alps-style hairpin curve, this home’s dramatic exterior makes a statement well before discovery of the missile. Inside, the 20-foot ceiling highlights the wall of disappearing glass doors perfect to step out and enjoy 180-degree unobstructed views of the hills and the city below. On the opposite wall of the large room is a huge glass firewall, equally as eye catching.
With three bedrooms and three baths the forward thinking home has everything for sophisticated living: Viking appliances, marble, poured concrete walls, porcelanosa tiles, Caesarstone counter-tops, security cameras, home automation system, over-sized garage and grass yard with room and plans for pool and hot tub. More remarkable than for most homes in the area, each room in the house enjoys the same stunning view. For more information.
“Entertainers Dream Home” with fire-spewing missile to welcome guests in new West Hollywood Hills industrial loft-style home. Priced at $2.995 million. Art and furnishings can be negotiated separately.
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