'Pitch Perfect' Director Jason Moore Lists Rock Hudson's Former Estate for $1M
The midcentury Studio City property was home to the legendary Hollywood heartthrob from 1951 to 1955.
Director Jason Moore, who helmed Pitch Perfect and Sisters, is listing his midcentury Studio City estate for $1.09 million.
The 1,008-square-foot home, which belonged to legendary Hollywood heartthrob Rock Hudson from 1951 to 1955, was designed by architect Ralph Bowerman in 1950.
Rock Hudson (Courtesy Rodeo Realty)
Nestled in the hills above Coldwater Canyon and overlooking treetops and city lights, the home has a private driveway that leads to a secluded 14,000-square-foot wooded lot, which divides the home from the nearby road and neighbors.
Moore's one-bedroom, one-bath abode features exposed-beam ceilings and floor-to-ceiling windows in both the bedroom and living areas. Outside, the home boasts a turquoise swimming pool; a large, wooden deck; and a stone-paved sitting area in the home's garden, all ideal for entertaining guests.
Rodeo Realty's John Galich is the listing agent.