9400 Flicker Way | Sunset Strip/Hollywood Hills West
Open House 1/15 11am - 2pm
Architectural View Compound – Located in the famed “Bird Streets”, in the prime Sunset Strip, this home brings architectural and organic elements effortlessly together in over 6,000 sq ft of light-filled and private living space.
Fluid lines curve naturally throughout this recently recreated five bedroom/six bath, LEED-certified home, which seamlessly blends form with function while maximizing spectacular views from downtown to the ocean.
The curved lot is honored in the radiuses of the expansive home’s modern exterior, its “U” shape and softly curved interior walls. Architect Beth Holden used these cues to design a home that serves as a backdrop and complement to a lifestyle that welcomes entertaining and enjoys alfresco living.
Within two levels of indoor space are an art gallery entry, open living and family room, epicurean kitchen and office. A sweeping staircase to the second level leads to three guest bedrooms plus a master wing that includes dual baths (one with fireplace) and closets, a walk-through shower and second office or sitting room. A 20-foot video projector turns the master into a private screening room. Wraparound ipe wood decks look down upon a central swimming pool and lawn and out to sparkling city lights views. Walls of Fleetwood doors on both levels open to the pool and courtyard. There is radiant heated floors throughout and the entire house can be programmed for iPhone control and monitoring.
The finished rooftop deck adds approximately 1,200 sq ft of additional space with views from every direction. This unique retreat includes a living area and lounges shaded by a pergola that’s topped with three solar panels that provide power to the house, dining area, BBQ/kitchen complete with Dumbwaiter from the kitchen, children’s play space, spa and eco-friendly garden. A studio with bath are also located on this level.
Specially designed pieces, in materials like sustainable Walnut and carved Corian, are built-in throughout, furthering the home’s modern, architectural direction.