The elegant Silver Lake home on Netflix’s Melissa Cobb list – variety2 min read
L.A. The towns around its hipster-sanctioned Eastside town are known for trendy shops and restaurants, as well as effortlessly cool historic historic homes – many of them small, visually pleasing. But Melissa Cobbs’ Silver Lake Shoppe Estate shows that trend. Netflix executives have listed the alluring house for $ 5.85 million, a decaying genitalia, clapboard-side issue. Of course there is still a lot of money to be made for the area, but the property is unusually large, about one-and-a-half acres in all, and located on the best residential street in Silver Lake.
The house sits right next to John Lauter’s iconic Silvertop compound, which sold for $ 655 million in 2014 when neighbors set records like Sil Silvertop’s Cobble Estate sits far down the street, with views of a spectacularly colored high noll. There is a two-car detached garage set at street level; From there, a butt-busting steep staircase leads up the path, past a locked gate and a grassy lawn over the front door of the house.
Completed in 1939 and sculpted by architect Ted Kirley Jr., the two-story East Coast Traditional has been carefully maintained and updated with sensitivity. Architect Alice Kim was commissioned to design a bold modern kitchen for the property, yet her diverse style somehow blends in with the rest of the home, blessing the functional design, freeing up extra design freepri and complete its minimalist style. At the top are line stainless appliances, hand-brushed uniform cabinets and sliding glass walls that open to a spacious outdoor patio with plenty of space for Alfresco dining. Below it, the wide staircase leads to the pasture gardens, down to the grassy taps anchored by a large saltwater swimming pool, as well as a tiny adjoining spa – surrounded by a dense forest of mature trees all around.
Upstairs, on a private balcony above the Silver Lake Reservoir, is a high-ceilinged master bedroom with a sleek, unobstructed view. Other features of the note include a professional-grade screening room with a bath in royal blue, glossy hardwood floors throughout the house, a sophisticated security system with a camera and a convenient Tesla charger.
The longtime DreamWorks executive who jumped into the net at Netflix in 2017, currently holds the title of Vice President, Original Animation at World Media Awake, where he led the content team responsible for feature films and animated series. Prior to DreamWorks, he was Stein at Fox Animation and Disney, and for decades worked in the family entertainment sector on television – one of his more notable projects was overseeing the popular “Kungfu Panda” cartoon while at DreamWorks.
David Kubiski of PLG Estate kept the list.