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Stunning midcentury home in the Hollywood Hills wants $9.3M

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Designed in 1959 by pioneering Chinese-American architect Eugene Kinn Choy

Night shot of backyard with pool and L-shaped flat-roofed home with glass walls surrounding it.
The Brander House was photographed by the legendary Eugene Kinn Choy.
Photos by Mark Singer courtesy of Christie’s International Real Estate

An incredible post-and-beam by pioneering Chinese-American architect Eugene Kinn Choyonce photographed by Julius Shulman—is on the market in Los Angeles, where the Brander House, as it’s called, nestles in a hidden enclave of the Hollywood Hills.

Originally designed in 1959, the sprawling, flat-roofed midcentury home has since been carefully restored and updated, featuring four bedrooms and four full baths over 4,529 square feet. A breezy L-shaped floorplan is enhanced by walls of glass and sliders that open onto a pool and breathtaking views of the downtown skyline.

Architectural details abound, starting with the white-painted facade characterized by ribbing, followed by a grand entrance with water feature and concealed by a patterned concrete screen, and extending indoors, where hardwood, terrazzo, and tiled floors, tongue-and-groove beamed ceilings, paneled walls, and skylights, to name a few, bring the home to life.

A sandstone and travertine marble fireplace anchors the living room which is flanked on two sides by floor-to-ceiling windows. A dining area flows from there, then an enormous kitchen with skylights.

A massive master suite with sauna, an office, family room with wet bar, a detached studio, plus the afore-mentioned pool, four-car garage, and a lighted tennis court are but a few of the home’s offerings.

Located at 7266 Outpost Cove Drive, it’s listed at a cool $9.288 million. Have a look.

Courtesy of Hilton & Hyland/Christie’s International Real Estate