The house, designed to be “upside-down,” is arranged so that the main living spaces are on the top floor and the entrance to the house is on the ground floor. Concrete floors and huge floor-to-ceiling windows amplify the nearly 1,900 square feet of the residence.
Stone accents throughout, from the flagstone fireplace to outdoor gathering spaces, like that courtyard fire pit.
The residence’s three bedrooms are split up in the house, with the guest bedrooms on the lower floor and the master bedroom on the upper floor. The master bedroom has an outdoor bathtub and, nearby, an outdoor shower.
The property also includes a pool and spa, as well as lush grounds that lend the house its treehouse feel.
Pompeo and Ivery, whose main residence is in Los Feliz’s posh and gated Laughlin Park neighborhood, bought the angular midcentury house in 2008, paying $1.226 million. The property is now listed for $1.995 million.
- 4434 Adina Drive [Brett Lawyer/Hilton & Hyland]
- Ellen Pompeo and Chris Ivery List Glassy 1950s Hollywood Hills Architectural (EXCLUSIVE) [Variety]