For just a few million dollars, the peaceful, retreat-style home owned by “Hunger Games” star Josh Hutcherson can now be yours!
The house in Laurel Canyon, California, has been owned by many “names” over the years, according tothe real estate group selling the property. Now, the home is back on the market for just under $3.5 million.
Built in 1951, Hutcherson’s house is described as “serene” and “lush,” as it is tucked within a sycamore grove on a hillside street off the famous Mulholland Drive. It’s just minutes from Beverly Hills, West Hollywood and Studio City.
The home is set behind an ivy-covered wall and down a double-gated private driveway. Just look at the beauty of this front entrance!
This place is a nature-lover’s paradise.
The expansive 2,500-square-foot outdoor deck is set amid leafy treetops with globe lights strung overhead, providing a soft glow at night. The deck is also furnished with an outdoor grill and lots of seating.
There’s even an open-air screening area with a retractable projection screen!
A walk down the deck’s steps will bring you to winding garden footpaths.
Even the interior of the home has a woodsy feel. The living room has a ceiling lined with wood and glass doors that open out to the deck.
The interior of the home is 1,861 square feet. It has two bedrooms and two full baths.
Another impressive room is the immaculate kitchen which is equipped with stainless steel Miele and Sub Zero appliances as well as a wine fridge. It has clean lines, warm lighting and spacious countertops.
According to The Agency, this house at 8010 Woodrow Wilson was once the long-time residence of renowned furniture designer Guy Chaddock. No wonder it has such chic features.
The master bedroom has an ensuite bathroom with a glass-walled shower, plus a walk-in closet with built-in storage.
This outdoorsy home is not something one typically expects to see in Hollywood.
We are so ready to move into this luxurious treehouse!
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