Encased in Travertine stone, this monumentally scaled Bel Air house, on Linda Flora Dr, is splendidly harking back to Richard Meier’s Getty Museum. The spectacular Californian compound is discovered on the finish of an impressively lengthy and gated driveway that overlooks the 350 acre untouched Hoag Canyon.
The luscious surroundings that surrounds the house supplies a degree privateness that isn’t widespread in LA properties, which permits the home-owner to peacefully benefit from the seamless indoor-outside dwelling expertise that’s inspired by the houses big retractable glass partitions.
The entranceway is adorned with extra Travertine stone and a reasonably reflecting pool.
Inside the house, 14 ft excessive ceilings give the room schemes area to breathe, making this a relaxing place–although the proportions of the home additionally lends its use to entertaining many friends too.
The serene scheme continues all through every space of the house.
This extremely spacious spa-fashion rest room suite has a twin vainness unit, freestanding bathtub, and a stroll-in waterfall bathe.
A reflection pool view may also be had from the breakfast space within the prime-notch chef’s kitchen, which contains a large island within the middle of the huge area. It’s potential to shut-off the chef’s kitchen throughout events when catering is in progress, or it may be left open to take pleasure in as a part of the open plan stream that features the expansive dwelling and eating areas.
A roof-lengthy skylight within the 34 ft excessive central gallery is the crowning glory of this residence, letting in a stream of pure daylight and giving the house a regularly shifting skyscape of clouds and stars.
Elsewhere within the house is a personal workplace; a library that gives a view down into the wine room via its glass flooring; a roomy dressing room/closet with a graceful boutique type, and an in depth deck that gives up an outside hearth to maintain the home-owner cozy while they soak within the superior views past the pool and lawns.
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