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For Lease: Hollywood Hills Mid-Century Post & Beam 4 Bedroom Home

Welcome to The Brander House, built in 1959 by Eugene Kinn Choy, A.I.A. Just in time for summer, this original mid-century modern post and beam home boasts outstanding city to ocean views, three bedrooms plus an office, a tennis court, and a swimmers pool.

7266 Outpost Cove Drive
Los Angeles, CA 90068
Price: $15,000/mo.
Bedrooms: 4
Bathrooms: 3.5
Square Feet: 4,529
Lot Size: 1.29 acres
Year Built: 1959
Tennis Court: Yes
Pool: Yes

You may recognize the home, which was immortalized by legendary Los Angeles photographer Julius Shulman and featured in The Los Angeles Times Home Magazine.

The sprawling, flat-roofed home is private and secluded in nature, surrounded by mature trees and wild life on the hillside. Inside, all of the best mid-century details have been preserved including terrazzo flooring, light fixtures, walls of glass, and a breezy L-shaped floor plan.

The spacious open layout boasts incredible indoor/outdoor flow that our best mid-century architects excelled at capturing. And of course The Brander House features a beautiful sandstone and travertine marble fireplace that has often been imitated, but never duplicated.

The home was built by architect Eugene Kinn Choy, who was the very first Chinese-American architect to join the A.I.A. One of his most famous buildings is Cathay Bank, one of the longest-living businesses in Los Angeles’ New Chinatown, having acted as an anchor of the community since its founding in 1962.

Wood beamed ceilings continue in the sleek and stylish kitchen which features skylights, custom cabinetry, stainless steel appliances, and a center island.

A family room with a wet bar has easy outdoor access to the pool and gardens.

The solar heated pool and backyard make for the ultimate in privacy and luxury. Whether you’re entertaining a large group or relaxing poolside mid-day, 7266 Outpost Cove Drive is the place to do it.

Back inside, you will find a massive master suite.

With a gorgeous en suite bath that includes a tub, duel sinks, a dressing area fit for a movie star, and a sauna.

Two more bedrooms, plus an office, and three other bathrooms complete the main house. The property also boasts a separate studio, a circular driveway with parking for four cars and a four car garage.

The home is conveniently located with an easy drive to downtown or the west side or the valley. The indoor/outdoor flow through design is perfect for entertaining or family gatherings.

Hidden away in an elevated enclave, The Brander House offers discerning lovers of true mid-century architecture the wonder of yesterday’s sleek perfection in design and function in an incredible, private hillside setting.

And the city to ocean views are simply incredible.

If you would like to view 7266 Outpost Cove Drive or find other stylish Los Angeles luxury leases or Hollywood Hills homes for sale, call me at (323) 697-3040 or email me at jacqueline.tager@sothebyshomes.com.

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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