The Origami House- Forbes

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Is This $15.9 Million Origami House The Best View In Los Angeles?

The Hollywood Hills are sprinkled with spectacular estates, but few offer a perspective this coveted. The Origami House is a modern architectural curiosity, folded into the bluffs high above the Sunset Strip, boasting perhaps the best-priced observatory view in Los Angeles. The West Hollywood estate, which was listed last year for $22 million, is back on the market at a $15.9 million “bargain”—courtesy of Hilton & Hyland’s Tyrone McKillen and Patrick Fogarty.

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The Origami House- Robb Report

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Does the Origami House Have the Best Views in Los Angeles?

The 7,000-square-foot West Hollywood home has five bedrooms, an infinity pool, a movie theater, a wine-tasting room, and more.

Situated on a promontory above the Sunset Strip in West Hollywood, the Origami House gives a whole new meaning to the phrase “million-dollar views.” Thanks to its coveted vantage point and south-facing walls of glass, the 7,000-square-foot home offers views from downtown Los Angeles to the Pacific Ocean. Designed by the award-winning firm Belzberg Architects and developed by Patrick Fogarty, the haute building displays an angular design, clean lines, and intersecting walls of glass.

The two-story home is outfitted with five bedrooms—including a 1,200-square-foot master suite that is perched over the pool deck below and a to-die-for deep soaking tub—and five-and-a-half baths. A floating staircase leads to the second floor, where all the guest suites are equipped with private balconies. Downstairs, the basement has a backlit, glass-encased wine-tasting room with space for up to 750 bottles and a 12-person screening room with a built-in wet bar and plush seats.

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