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Multi-Level Openhouse Residence in Hollywood Hills

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Jul 12, 2012

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Hollywood Hills is home to some of the most incredible bachelor pads anywhere, and the Openhouse residence proves this to be true once again.

The multi level modern home was designed by the team at XTEN Architecture, and is stunning from top to bottom. The home is built onto the side of a sloping hill, which proved to be a challenge in itself, but led to a property that was nicely integrated with the surrounding landscape.  Each level of the house features floor to ceiling glass windows to take in the views from the Los Angeles city skyline along with a balcony that flows seamlessly with the interior, making for an incredible indoor/outdoor social environment.

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