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Grey’s Anatomy Star Ellen Pompeo’s Mid-Century Upside Down House – 3343 Adina

Grey’s Anatomy star Ellen Pompeo and her husband, the music producer Chris Ivery, have listed their dynamic and unconventional “upside down” mid-century modern tree house in the Hollywood Hills. Upside down, you ask? The main living spaces are on the top floor, while the entrance to the home is on the ground level.

3343 Adina Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90068
Asking Price: $1,995,000
Bedrooms: 3
Baths: 2
Square Feet: 1,889
Lot size: 0.248 acres
Year Built: 1957

The three bedroom home, built in 1957, is perched high above a quiet canyon street in the Cahuenga Pass neighborhood of the hills. The mid-century jewel was designed by architect Harry Greene and is privately tucked away from the road in a peaceful forest like setting.

Pompeo and her husband own several architecturally significant homes throughout Los Angeles, from Los Feliz to Malibu, including one by master Paul Revere Williams. So you can be sure 3343 Adina would be in line with their impeccable taste and style. Inside there are floor-to-ceiling windows, abundant natural light, concrete floors, and stone accents throughout which create the uncanny feeling of living among the treetops outside. Also notice the stone-built planter box with a handful spiky cacti and the massive, asymmetrical flagstone fireplace.

The glass-walled dining room appears to float breezily in the surrounding treetops.

The lovely cook’s kitchen features all stainless steel appliances, butcher block counters, stainless steel cabinets, and easy outdoor access to the pool and spa. All of it combines to make this an elegant and stylish entertainer’s dream home.

The master bedroom has a wonderful indoor/outdoor feel, retrofitted with a deluxe electronically window shades and a glass slider to a private outdoor area.

The master patio boasts a flagstone-paved patio with a romantic and luxurious outdoor bath tub and nearby shower.

Two guest bedrooms, a bathroom, and a media room  are snuggly tucked away on the lower level

The excellent pool and spa makes it a property ideal for entertainers or simply sun lovers.

The surrounding landscape is lush and vibrant and lend the house its tree house resort-style feel.

A fire pit and barbecue area just off the living room is a wonderful area to enjoy a bottle of wine with friends.

For Pompeo it was surely important to be close to the studios, freeways, and prime Hollywood restaurants and shops. 3343 Adina is a sublime piece of property nestled in the tree tops and awaiting your unique personal touch.

If you would like to view 3343 Adina Drive, or find other fabulous Hollywood Hills homes for sale, call me at (323) 697-3040 or email me at jacqueline.tager@sothebyshomes.com.

Listing provided courtesy of Brett Lawyer, Hilton & Hyland. Photos by Michael McNamara/ShootingLA.

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