Iconic Hollywood Hills Boathouse

Hollywood Hills Boathouse

Iconic Hollywood Hills Boathouse designed by architect Harry Gesner. These hip hillside homes rarely come on the market, with a main living space showcasing vaulted ceiling with exposed wooden beams, and a wood-burning fireplace in true mid-century fashion.

Designed by Gesner in the late 1950s the Boathouses were constructed by Norwegian shipbuilders; evident in the way the exterior structure hugs the hillside in a quirky cantilevered manner

The interiors feature new bamboo flooring, new drywall, new structural beams, a newly constructed deck new electrical panel, new roof and bonus studio space. High ceilings, an inlaid brick fireplace and built in cabinetry make smart use of the space.

The primary bedroom features wall to wall windows providing spectacular treetop and canyon views.

Peaceful and serene, the unobstructed views from the deck provide a nice respite at the end of a busy day. Perfect for living and/or working – this classic Boathouse is part of Los Angeles’ most recognizable mid-century architectural history.

Hollywood Hills Boathouses by Harry Gesner

Ideally located to both trendy dining and night life spots, it is also just minutes from Runyon Canyon and the studios.

Interested in seeing this Hollywood Hills Boathouse designed by architect Harry Gesner, contact us at 323-745-1160 for a private showing. For more Los Angeles homes for sale, email livebeyond@beyondshelter.com. Considering selling your home… Beyond Shelter would love the opportunity to work with you. Through our personalized Ready. Set. Show. Plan, we will prepare your home for showtime and maximize its value in the marketplace. Find out more about our Seller experience here.

Listing courtesy of Jonathan Ruiz and Jessica Koltsov, The Agency