The couple, who are preparing for the fall debut of their new show “Married to Design,” have remodeled and revived the vintage 1920s home, which offers unobstructed views of downtown Los Angeles.
The Hollywood Hills home features five bedrooms and five baths, and is slightly over 3,600-square-feet.
Light hardwoods, tons of natural light, and crisp, white walls throughout impart an airy California feel.
Interesting architectural details are present everywhere in the home, including several beautiful archways at the entrance of the living areas, and ornate crown moldings above.
The living room features high ceilings and a wood-burning fireplace, perfect for those brisk fall evenings.
The home has no shortage of spots for entertaining — a Nate Berkus trademark.
A casual-yet-elegant dining room features a glamorous light fixture, and the chef’s kitchen boasts state-of-the-art appliances, a large kitchen island, and cozy built-ins for cookbooks and picture frames.
The master bedroom is its own sanctuary, with enough room for a sitting area, large closet and bathroom, and a terrace that overlooks downtown Los Angeles.
The home also has a space for an office, maid’s quarters on the first floor, and three other bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms, including a chic nursery for daughter Poppy.
The brilliant design continues outdoors with an inviting pool and seating areas that are hidden behind an array of trees and shrubs, creating a private oasis in the middle of the city.
The listing’s agent is Brent Watson of Compass.
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