A modern open architecture hilltop estate with pool & Epic 360* views
a 4 bedroom, 6 bath, 7,000 sq ft modern architectural marvel Perfect for any size production.
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You’ve never seen anything like the Summit House. A fabulous 7,000 square foot contemporary home perched high in the Hollywood Hills with spectacular panoramic views of Los Angeles - including the Hollywood Bowl (fireworks!), DTLA, the Observatory, Dodger Stadium, Catalina Island, Pacific Ocean, the Mulholland Dam at Lake Hollywood and LA Basin city lights. The house enjoys unique views from almost every room and angle.
The home is a innovative new build designed by contemporary architect Warren Techentin and features: massive geometric windows, a pool and hot tub overlooking city lights, bedrooms with a mind-blowing views, sleek kitchen/dining room overlooking the pool, chic living room with hidden bar, media room, a lacquered red bathroom, a separate cabana house (with living room, bedroom, bathroom), and a separate gym with wood floor and full bathroom, and a wraparound balcony and roof deck. The setting offers many different looks in one location.
Located on a gated street just above Hollywood & Vine, the house is centrally located with easy access to 101 Freeway. The home is at the end of a semi-private street.
Bedrooms available depending on use. The driveway is gated and leads to 3 car garage. Parking for 7-10 cars around the house with ample parking nearby for more cars and truck parking. Full size trampoline available for rental. Pool can be heated for an additional fee.
Photo shoots (stills):
Cast & Crew -
3 people or less: $380/hr
4-7 people: $440/hr
8-10 people: $500/hr
11-14 people: $580/hr
15 people or more: Please Inquire
Film shoots: Please inquire for rates.
Cleaning Fee: $200
Estate Manager Fee: TBD
NOTE: All photo shoots have a 3 hour minimum. Shoots booked with less than 72 hours notice will be charged an additional $100 fee