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Screenwriter Skip Woods buys Hollywood Hills West home for $2.004 million

The sleek four-bedroom, three-bathroom contemporary features a dramatic two-story entry with a skylight and chandelier.

May 10, 2012|By Lauren Beale, Los Angeles Times
  • The Hollywood Hills West home has an ultra-cool entryway and walls of glass revealing the swimming pool.
The Hollywood Hills West home has an ultra-cool entryway and walls of glass… (Jeff Ong )

Action film screenwriter Skip Woods has put himself where the action is in L.A. — the bustling Hollywood Hills West area — with the purchase of a hillside house for $2.004 million.

The sleek contemporary, built in 1951 and extensively updated, features a dramatic two-story entry with a skylight and chandelier, high ceilings, walls of glass, a bar, a fireplace, four bedrooms and three bathrooms. A deck off the master suite has city views. A glass-walled deck over the driveway creates a carport. The swimming pool cabana includes a bar, flat-screen TV and a kitchen.

Woods, 41, is working on the next "Die Hard" movie. His credits include "Hitman" (2007), "X-Men Origins: Wolverine" (2009) and "The A-Team" (2010).

James Nasser of Westside Estate Agency was the listing agent. Lisa Ledson of Coldwell Banker represented Woods.

lauren.beale@latimes.com

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