In 1962 five MCM's were built into the serpentine curves of Hollyridge Drive. Arthur H Levine designed and engineered this serene home to capture the breathtaking mountain views of Griffith Park and the Observatory. He literally wrote the book on hillside architecture. An open concept kitchen with Heath tile and custom walnut cabinetry is the perfect place to show off your cooking skills. The living/dining room features a high, tongue and groove ceiling and walls of glass to capture golden sunset views of the bat caves. You will truly be at one with nature in this home. Sleep like a dream in a setting so quiet you can hear a pin drop. The roomy stand alone tub is big enough for 2. A bonus space down below is an ideal home office or gym. An additional view platform is perfect for meditation & yoga or a martini & hot tub. Why not!? You can choose your own adventure at Hollyridge Drive. Just a secret staircase away from Beachwood village, these hills are ripe with Hollywood history.