Buff & Hensman midcentury previously owned by film heartthrob Steve McQueen hits the market

Buff & Hensman midcentury previously owned by film heartthrob Steve McQueen hits the market

September 26th, 2019|Uncategorized|

Designed by Buff & Hensman for 1960’s film star (and mega hearthrob) Steve McQueen, this mid-century post-and-beam in the Hollywood Hills sits on its own promontory taking in spectacular panoramic views of the LA’s cityscape and the rolling canyons below.

Buff & Hensman midcentury built for Steve McQueen

Constructed in 1958, the oasis-like home located at 2419 Solar Dr, is gated for privacy with a secluded driveway leading to the main dwelling wrapped in walls of glass and surrounded by a zen-like garden, featuring a saltwater pool and spa.

Buff & Hensman midcentury built for film star Steve McQueen

Inside, light is abundant throughout the reconfigured and expanded interior measuring 3,594 square feet with many signature midcentury modern attributes of the famed architect duo, including beamed ceilings, walls of expansive glass, clerestory windows, and organic materials.

Buff & Hensman midcentury in the Hollywood Hills built for Steve McQueen

Public spaces flow easily between the gourmet kitchen with a superb center island and stainless steel appliances, multiple gathering areas, and the outdoor decks, and landscaped gardens.

Buff & Hensman midcentury built for hearthrob Steve McQueen
Buff & Hensman midcentury in Hollywood Hills CA built for film star Steve McQueen
Buff & Hensman midcentury modern built for film star Steve McQueen

The bedrooms, located in their own wing, offers a master suite with a remodeled spa-like bathroom with a massive jetted soaking tub and open shower, fireplace, patio access, and multiple walk-in closets.

Buff & Hensman midcentury modern designed for film star Steve McQueen

Last sold in 2016 for $3.525 million, the home is now on the market seeking $4.395 million and includes a detached two-bedroom guesthouse.

Interested in seeing this Buff & Hensman? Let’s talk.

Listing courtesy of Kira Gould – Compass