Holly Hunt Reimagines A Classic, $5M


For nearly four decades, Holly Hunt has represented a distinctly American form of modern luxury, not only in her influential residential design projects, but in her wide-ranging collections of furniture, fabrics and wall coverings. It’s safe to say she’s one of the designer/manufacturers who has changed the way we look at luxury. Here in Hancock Park, she’s joined her son, developer Trent Tackbary, in rescripting a classic Spanish Revival for the 21st Century.

What We Love: The apparently effortless simplicity of the home, with classic interior proportions from the Golden Age of 1920s Los Angeles, re-arranged, buffed and polished and ready to occupy. Plus it’s a short walk to Pizzeria Mozza.

The spacious primary suite has access to a private deck.

Dating back to a time when even garages had good proportions, this one has been transformed into a legal guest/accessory unit– or the perfect office– open to a pool and patio enclosed by decades-old hedges.

More: Go to the listing for additional images and details, including floor plans. An outstanding opportunity on a beautiful street in an historic Los Angeles neighborhood, represented by agent Jacqueline Gunn at Avenue 8

Photo Credit: Nils Timm