A Horror Movie Director’s $3.5M Hollywood Hills Home Screams Sophistication

 

Built in 1926, this English Tudor-style home in the Hollywood Hills doesn’t scream spooky at all. In fact, it airs far more on the side of enchanting sophistication. Owned by noted actor, writer, and director Eli Roth, the creative mastermind behind horror films like Cabin Fever and Hostel, the bright residence is now up for sale.

With over 3,400 square feet of space and an emphasis on outdoor living, there’s plenty of room for work and play, exhibited by the open kitchen, home theater, gym, sauna, pool, and private office (for all of those Zoom meetings). The main living area and bedrooms are seamlessly connected to nature, providing the California lifestyle many LA house hunters crave. The interior’s airy feel is complemented by some of its more traditional finishings, striking the perfect balance between honoring the 1920’s architecture and embracing a more modern look.

It’s only fitting that right around Halloween, one of the principal figures of Hollywood horror films has put a dreamy home on the market and it can now be yours for $3.475 million. Who knows? This could be where some of his most haunting work was conceived.

The three-bedroom, four-bathroom listing is held by Darian Robin of The Agency.