First time offering of the Gary and Enid Freund House, a 1952 Midcentury perched just above the Sunset Strip and Doheny. Architects Douglas A. Brown, Matlin & Dvoretzky, and Liberstudio Architects all contributed sensitive renovations through the years to create a sophisticated multi-level 3 bedroom / 4 bath designer treehouse. The dramatic cantilevered sunken living room hovers over treetops, and the large deck and balconies offer peaceful views of a lush landscape of mature trees and glimpses of the city below. Built into the hillside, the property features indoor outdoor living with walls of glass, an open floor plan, abundant original built-ins and wood paneling, artisan stained glass, two fireplaces, wood floors, a dining room and great room, a large deck for entertaining, and an outdoor spa. The house offers many vintage details, including vintage tile and fixtures in the primary bath, as well as a red soaking tub with views of the city below. Easy access to Beverly Hills, the west side, and West Hollywood.
The home sold in days, $323,000 (16.5%) over asking with multiple offers. Our marketing efforts resulted in the property being featured nationally in The New York Times, Dwell, and Dirt.com, among others. We helped the Seller perform a mini renovation to ready the property for sale, staged the property, curating the familys’ collection of eclectic furnishings, and helped them relocate.