Lowered Price for Meryl Streep’s Updated Hollywood Hills Home
Meryl Streep has lowered the price for her updated midcentury modern home in Hollywood Hills West. The 1954 Research House by architects Honnold & Rex which was updated by celebrity designer Xorin Balbes is now on sale for $5.25 million. The Academy Award-winning actress had lofty expectations in April, when she asked $6.7 million. Since then, the home has seen two price adjustments; the latest of which recorded on May 31st, dropped the to $5.25 million.
The home, overlooking Sunset Plaza sits on a 0.36-acre lot and includes 3,700-square-feet of living space with four bedrooms and four bathrooms. This modern, state-of-the-art estate features exquisite quality of fixtures and furnishings, such as Italian marble flooring, walls of glass and a rough-hewn stone fireplace. Living spaces include a drawing room, multiple family rooms and a casual dining area. The home has a modern kitchen, an office/ study and huge bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms, as well as a smartphone-controlled media and security system.
Outside, the residence has a large yard, a swimming pool and a sunken spa among tall palms. The place also has ample parking area.