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For Lease: The Naikan House, a Mid-Century Architectural Home in the Hollywood Hills

Welcome to The Naikan House in the Hollywood Hills. This Japanese-inspired split-level home is just steps to legendary restaurant Yamashiro, Runyon Canyon, and Hollywood Boulevard. This luxury lease includes three bedrooms, three bathrooms, Japanese gardens, Jacuzzi, steam room, dry sauna, hillside views, and ultimate privacy.

2005 Sycamore Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90068
Price: $10,000/mo.
Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 3
Year built: 1958

Immediately when you step into the secured and gated property, you will feel a sense of calm and peacefulness. This is intrinsic to The Naikan House’s rich history.

Charming details are seen throughout the home.

Luxury spa amenities and modern technology co-exist in this secure hilltop oasis.

Each of the bedroom suites are private.

The cook’s kitchen is inspired.

Myriad indoor/outdoor living spaces.

Including full luxury spa amenities.

A relaxing jacuzzi.

And a steam room and dry sauna.

Pamper yourself at The Naikan House. It’s a relaxing, intimate, romantic offering in an amazing location in the Hollywood Hills.

You can find more out about The Naikan House’s history here.

If you would like to see this Hollywood Hills home, or find other fabulous Los Angeles homes for lease, call me at (323) 697-3040 or email me at jacqueline.tager@sothebyshomes.com.

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