The Cole House, 1958, the epicenter of ‘60s hip on the Sunset Strip! With an adventurous modern design evocative of Wright's Organic Architecture, this carefully crafted city view home with a pool was conceived by the progressive and influential architect, Harry Gesner, and commissioned by Fred Cole, of Cole of California.
Lovingly restored and updated by the current owner, this 3 en suite bedroom/3.5 bath home sits just moments above the Sunset Strip. Within 5 minutes or less you are at Soho House, Sky Bar, Sunset Plaza and The Whiskey A Go Go.
Open the front door and walk into an entryway framed by integrated wooden shades, instantly creating a peaceful shelter above the city. This sunswept home features an open floor plan with soaring ceilings, Brazilian cherry wood floors, and powder room. From the step-down living room with seemingly endless walls of glass, walk out to the pool area with an unobstructed skyline view from Mt. Wilson to Catalina, anchored by the teeming Sunset Strip directly below.
A two-car garage with milk glass door provides direct access to the home and has a bonus/storage room with plumbing. The in-wall speaker system throughout the home and garage envelops you with sound. The master suite includes a deep walk-in closet lined in Douglas Fir, flush mount fireplace, and city view balcony extending along both the bedroom and bath.
Constructed of wood and glass and steel reinforced, this very private home will survive the test of time as a classic Los Angeles landmark.