Director Adam Rifkin Offering Hollywood Hills Home
When we look at houses bought and sold by celebrities, we’re convinced Hollywood truly is a land of dreams.
Take, for example, the home of film industry quadruple threat Adam Rifkin: It’s a delicious two-bedroom, 2.5-bathroom contemporary—sleek, stunning and positively divine—set on high atop the fabled Sunset Strip.
With almost 2,100 square feet of living space, it’s being presented by the Altman Brothers of Hilton & Hyland Brokers and is listed for $1.795 million.
Before we peek inside the home, we should take time to relish the dreamy views from the balcony: There are panoramic vistas of the Hollywood Hills that stretch as far as the eye can see, and the glittering lights of the city below seem to extend forever.
The views alone make this home a million-dollar listing, but there’s much more inside.
The top floor of the home—which houses the kitchen, dining and living rooms—features crisp, white walls and vaulted ceilings complemented in stunning fashion by wide-plank walnut flooring. The open-concept kitchen has streamlined cabinetry, a host of stainless steel appliances and a nifty breakfast bar.
The entire space is bound by walls of glass that slide open to the wrap-around deck, which makes the home’s views part of the living space and the perfect spot for entertaining.
The master suite is luxuriant and lovely with its own wood-burning fireplace and a Zen-like spa bathroom with gorgeous contemporary fixtures, highlighted by a cavernous and beautifully tiled shower.
All of this comes along with a private gated entrance, a tranquil courtyard and a two-car garage.
Rifkin rose to prominence when he wrote and directed cult classic “The Dark Backward” in 1991. A prolific screenwriter, he penned “Underdog” and “Small Soldiers.” Rifkin also directed “Detroit Rock City” in 1999, and he is currently wrapping up directorial work on “Director’s Cut.”
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