Built in 1950, the flat-roofed estate is marked by its unique indoor-outdoor layout of floor-to-ceiling windows that open out to various gardens and terraces.
The natural light-filled living room features a central fireplace with a classic copper hood.
The updated, gourmet kitchen offers a spacious center island, built-in wine storage, and a breakfast nook that opens to an al fresco dining patio.
Of the home’s three bedrooms, the master boasts a massive walk-in closet and an en suite bathroom with a soaking tub and views of mountains.
There’s also French doors, wood floors, skylights, and clerestory windows throughout the ethereal home, as well as a formal office and family room.
And of course no hideout would be complete with a sparkling swimming pool and spa. We’re curious to see if Moore decides to keep the home as-is or renovate, but either way, we bet she’ll maintain its charm.