A ton of midcentury modern homes went on sale in Los Angeles this year—a few John Lautner masterpieces and Neutra after Neutra after Neutra, basically—but here's a classic Hollywood Hills midcentury that's actually available for a lease. In fact, Curbed LA notes that this is the first time the red-hued Weatherly/Tinker Residence has come on the rental market, and it's asking $7,900 a month. Built in 1954 by architect Dwight Pollock, the house got done up a decade later by interior designer Guy Moore, the fellow who also worked on L.A.'s iconic Dresden Room restaurant, and was restored again by an artist more recently. The 1,832-square-foot house sits on a 0.23-acre lot and comes with three bedrooms, multiple decks, and, as Curbed LA points out, "some amazing built-ins."
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