Steve Hermann's Bird Streets Architectural For $5.65 Million

05/29/2011 01:23 pm ET | Updated Jul 29, 2011

The Steve Hermann developed-and-designed architectural is on the market with a listing price of $5.649 million. The home is perched up in a neighborhood in the Hollywood Hills where the streets are named after birds (like Oriole Drive, Skylark Lane, and Warbler Way). The area is chockfull of celebrities and well-known for its unparalleled views of the city and abundance of multi-million dollar architectural properties.

This streamline home is one of five "flag lots" (a long driveway leading to a rectangle-shaped lot) on Blue Jay Way. Known as the "Kitson House," it sits on an almost half-acre lot and has four bedrooms, four bathrooms and a pool overlooking the city. It's one of at least three Hermann-designed homes in the Bird Streets -- the Byron Allen home and the Ellison home on Nightingale drive, as well as a nearby Hollywood Hills home that once belonged to Christina Aguilera. Hermann's other celebrity clients include actors Courtney Cox and David Arquette, Frankie Muniz, and comedian Lenny Bruce.

Photos by Yann Dandois, courtesy of the official listing with Dustin Nicholas at Nicholas Property Group.