Logo

Hollywood Hills Mid-Century Modern Above Mulholland Drive

Welcome to The Jack Lucas Residence. Built in 1947 by architect Eric Black and with period renovations by Tony Unruh, AIA, the sharp and stylish mid-century modern home was designed to “always look modern” according to the wishes of its original owner. This Frank Lloyd Wright-esque beauty is a wonderful time capsule of Los Angeles’s signature architectural movement.

7400 Pyramid Place
Los Angeles, CA 90046

$2,495,000 | 2 bedrooms | 1.75 baths | 1,411 sq ft. | 8,132 sq. ft. lot | Built in 1947

The post-war period provided many of Los Angeles’s signature mid-century modern homes. This two bedroom property sits atop a hillside ridge and is a classic example of the early years of the design and style that would come to define our city at large and Southern California living specifically.

The living room features a classic brick fireplace and hearth, cork floors, wood paneled walls, and a row of windows that frame jaw-dropping views of the Hollywood hillside from downtown to the ocean and beyond.

The fine and preserved mid-century details are sure to impress and inspire.

The formal dining room has floor-to-ceiling glass walls that offer views of the picturesque garden.

The cleverly designed kitchen has a built-in work space, bookshelves, ample shelving, wet bar, and room for a casual eat-in dining set..

The other half of the kitchen includes both a stainless steel refrigerator, stainless steel dishwasher, and a vintage stove.

The private master bedroom has enchanting views of the garden and built-in record and bookshelves, ideal for the music and book lover.

The master’s en suite bath is a lovely blend of vintage and new.

The second bedroom is modest in size but substantial in scope with a unique set of windows that allow inside a relaxing mountain breeze.

The second bathroom provides ample storage and a large walk-in tiled shower.

There is also room for a work space and office, perfect for the writer at home.

The two-car garage is spacious and has built-in cabinetry ideal for those hoping to maintain some of their must-have heirlooms and other treasured items.

The outdoor spaces are truly magical with multiple seating areas and terraced gardens that offer panoramic views above Mulholland Drive.

The views are truly stunning.

There is also plenty of space on the property to explore and enjoy nature and wildlife.

The majestic property comes alive at night. Imagine the evening get-togethers entertaining friends and family poolside.

The ship-like deck also has a romantic pool and many areas to relax or enjoy conversation with friends long into the evening.

Sunsets will become appointment viewings at 7400 Pyramid Place. This mid-century modern gem is a one-of-a-kind gem in an incredible enclave above Mulholland Drive.

If you are interested in 7400 Pyramid Place in the Hollywood Hills, or in finding other mid-century modern homes for sale in Los Angeles, call me today at (323) 697-3040 or email me at jacqueline.tager@sothebyshomes.com.

Listing provided courtesy of Ilana Gafni, Crosby Doe Associates, Inc.

More from The Hollywood Home:

This incredible one-of-a-kind home in Silver Lake, high above the reservoir, is one of the neighborhood's most prized residences. Built
Novelist, screenwriter, and director Nora Ephron's famous Thanksgiving turkey recipe was simply to salt and pepper the bird and stick
Tea may not be something that can overtake coffee in popularity just yet, but we've seen a continuously growing fondness
With the holidays on the horizon, you may be turning to recipes that add a a dose of comfort and
This charming 3 bedroom Venice Beach Spanish-style home is located just blocks from the ocean and all of the shops
This grand Italian-style villa was built in 1923 making it one of the very first homes to line the Hollywood
Can you imagine a more dreamy setting to cast your ballot for the 2020 election? With Covid-19 cancelling the Hollywood
Own a piece of Hollywood history with this fabulous Spanish-style home in Los Feliz's wonderful Franklin Hills neighborhood. The home
This romantic and stylish English Tudor residence in Altadena was designed and built by architect Garrett Van Pelt in 1929.
Thinking it might be time to begin shopping for a home? Or selling your current one? But, maybe, like so

Comments RSS You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site.


Leave a Reply