This two-level mid-century modern in the Hollywood Hills features extraordinary views of the mountains, the Hollywood sign and city lights. Designed early in Lautner’s career, the house displays the innovation, use of natural materials, and indoor-outdoor living he is known for: An open floor plan; tall ceilings; exposed wood rafters; floor-to-ceiling glass walls; teak paneling, a buff brick fireplace, end-grain wood floors; and panoramic views. Outdoor space includes wood decks, a flagstone terrace and a kitchen garden. The restoration included stripping paint from bricks and teak walls, updating the kitchen and baths, electrical, windows, plumbing and HVAC.

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