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A Tree Grows in Your Wine Cellar – 1707 Rising Glen Road

Making the splashiest debut in real estate so far this year (we know, it’s only January 3rd…), 1707 Rising Glen Road is a stunning example of a no expense spared remodel done absolutely to perfection.

1707 Rising Glen Rd
Los Angeles, CA 90069
Asking Price: $9,675,000

Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 3.5
Square Feet: 4,011
Lot Size: 0.27 acres
Year Built: 1976

This drop dead gorgeous single-story estate boasts city, ocean, and canyon views on one of the most sought after streets in the Hollywood Hills.

After a $4 million dollar renovation, this contemporary three bedroom dream home is ready for closer look.

Inside you will find living spaces with soaring wood-lined vaulted ceilings, a sophisticated double sided black brick fireplace with built-in log storage, incredible indoor/outdoor living through several stately and wide doors, and an impressive open layout. Even inside you will feel anything but closed in.

On a chilly January evening, imagine cozying up on either side of this beautiful fireplace. In fact, it’s just one of four that 1707 Rising Glen Road houses within its four walls.

To the right of the living room guests will be immediately attracted to the copper and steel custom bar which boasts recessed steel and leather niches.

Another section of the living space features a hidden 85″ high definition television that rises from a concrete bunker under the house.

The enormous kitchen and dining space is open and airy. Notice what I believe to be an olive tree that juts out from your wine cellar, with its built-in skylight that provides it plenty of sunshine year round. The effect further provides that sensation of seamless California indoor/outdoor living that 1707 Rising Glen Road exudes in spades.

The unrivaled chef’s kitchen comes replete with Gaggenau appliances and Leicht imported German cabinetry.

Plus a beautiful Mavam coffee and espresso maker.

The wine cellar itself is reached via a seemingly impossible floating staircase.

Unlike many wine cellars one finds in the Hollywood Hills, this one is not at all dank or dreary. Instead, it’s bright and welcoming – the kind of room you’ll want to show off to guests upon every visit.

The master suite is an exquisite retreat with calming views of the pool, hillside, and even the ocean. Notice the multiple glass doors that lead to the amazing backyard, the vaulted wood beamed ceiling, and the cozy fireplace.

The master suite wouldn’t be complete without, of course, also turning into a private movie theater with its own hidden HD television and also, as you might have guessed, its own private library with its working bell-tower clock.

The master bath is a luxurious en suite with unlacquered brass fixtures, tile flooring, and countertops and vanities made from solid steel.

And an outdoor copper tub.

And a 15 ft. dual-shower.

And, not to be outdone by other luxury listings in the Hills, a custom sauna with seating for one, two, or several.

The walk-in closet is refined and elegant. Eagle-eyed readers will notice the LED lighting throughout the home. All of the lighting and fixtures have been imported direct from London.

This incredible home boasts two more large bedrooms, each with outdoor access.

And each with suede-lined walk-in closets. As you can see, there’s not a bad suite in the house.

The outdoor spaces are peaceful yet lively, with many areas for entertaining, sunbathing, and relaxing.

On over a quarter of an acre, 1707 Rising Glen Road also boasts a stylish bar, grill, and kitchen.

Guests may sometimes pinch themselves and wonder if they’ve checked into a luxury resort hotel, a desert getaway, or a poolside retreat.

While the asking price is admittedly steep, the thought, care, and design added to this 1970s home has created a timeless and monumental masterpiece in an magnificent Hollywood Hills location.

If you would like to view 1707 Rising Glen Road or find other luxury homes in the Hollywood Hills, call me at (323) 697-3040 or email me at jacqueline.tager@sothebyshomes.com.

Listing provided courtesy of Jason Oppenheim, The Oppenheim Group.

Jacqueline Tager | CalBre#: 1476997
jacqueline.tager@sothebyshomes | (323) 697-3040
Sotheby’s International Realty – Los Feliz Brokerage
1801 N Hillhurst Avenue Los Angeles, CA 90027

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