TRUE HOLLYWOOD STORY1972 Outpost Circle, Los Angeles, CA 90068
- 4 beds
- 0.50 baths
- 3284 sq.ft.
- 15125 sq.ft. lot
This home combines comfort, privacy, and modernity in a neighborhood with a rich, glamorous past.
IF THESE WALLS COULD CROON, they might share the history of renowned California dreamer Charles Toberman, who developed Outpost Estates in the 1920s. It was to be his crowning achievement, his "jewel in the hills." Almost 90 years later, Outpost Estates still reflects Toberman's original vision: To become a haven for LA's movers and shakers. Because of its proximity to movie studios, Outpost Estates has been home to stars such as Bela Lugosi, Scarlet Johansson, Delores Del Rio, and the original blue-eyed troubadour, Frank Sinatra. Mere minutes from the Sunset Strip, Hollywood Blvd., and the Hollywood Bowl, 1972 Outpost Circle's Hollywood Hills location offers no shortage of nightlife and inspired things to do.
GO AHEAD, SLIP INTO SOMETHING MORE COMFORTABLE. Put your feet on the coffee table and your stress on the rocks. Relax in your expansive living room beside a crackling fire. Take a dip in your private pool in the secluded, tree-walled backyard located just off the main living area. Retreat to your owner's suite which features a large, walk-in closet and an oversized bathroom that rivals the best spas in the city. All those industry types that turn into weekend guests will have their own special spaces, too: Every bedroom adjoins its own dedicated bathroom.
SOME LIKE IT HOT. With top-of-the-line Thermador® kitchen appliances, contemporary fixtures, and a Nest® 2.0 energy-saving thermostat, this home accommodates the comings and goings of a multifaceted lifestyle. Plus, it's packaged in camera-ready good looks. The home is all chic simplicity, set off by a subdued palette of crisp, white tones and hardwood floors throughout, finished in an of-the-moment cool, neutral tone.
PICTURE YOURSELF HERE. 1972 Outpost Circle was built in 1947 in the heydays of Gary Cooper and Betty Grable. Yet, its contemporary appearance and functionality belie its glamorous Old Hollywood past. You could own a number of gorgeous homes in the Hollywood Hills. But few offer the chance, as this one does, to inhabit a piece of history.