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1116 Chantilly Road: El Canto Del Agua Elevates Bel Air Living to New Heights

El Canto Del Agua, a spectacular architectural gem in Bel Air, has entered the market for $35.680 million. The property offers contemporary Los Angeles glamour and unparalleled artistry. Developed by Leviathan LLC, it appeals to luxury buyers worldwide, with its exquisite design, attention to detail, and harmonious blend with the California environment.



El Canto Del Agua, a Soaring Architectural Showplace in Bel Air, Enters the Market in Spectacular Fashion

In the haut monde enclave of Bel Air, ultra-exclusive El Canto Del Agua—a sleek, exquisitely finished expression of contemporary Los Angeles glamour, 1116 Chantilly Road—has entered the market for $35.680 million, a value reflecting its artistry and architectural importance.

“Brilliantly conceived and expertly crafted, this pièce de résistance is a masterful blend of the choicest materials, combined to form a serene refuge in harmony with its natural California environment,” says Farah Levi, who is listing the Leviathan LLC-developed property with Marco Rufo, both of The Agency, and Sally Forster Jones of Compass.

“All of these features are what make this property the most unique to ever come to market and desirable to many different types of luxury buyers from all around the globe.”

Those who love to entertain, art enthusiasts in thrall to lofty walls and ceilings, athletes seeking abundant space and a flat pad, and high-level executives who relish the C suite at home by way of stunning office space.

“The attention to detail and design is unparalleled,” Farah Levi says. 

Behind the sharp angles of 1116 Chantilly Road’s wood-accented and elaborately glassed façade, the 18,500-square-foot, 10-bedroom, 16-bath estate has it all—and a lot extra. For a start, a spectacle of an entrance via a dramatic double-height foyer and resplendent outdoor Shangri-la just beyond. Voluminous ceilings; expansive glass walls, openness and flow; and a surplus of entertaining spaces leave one breathless and speechless.

Of these studies in elegance is the grand family room with a large bar and glass wine cellar, as well as the exceptional gourmand’s kitchen—a culinary sensation with sensuous lines, smooth surfaces, and an extravagance of professional-grade appliances paired with two islands (one with a lustrous Brazilian wood top) and a hidden prep kitchen.

1116 Chantilly Road’s cinema, meanwhile, wades out from the wings to leave one seeing stars, as does the fitness and wellness gym with a massive Roman-style bath and rejuvenation center with jetted tub and various steam shower heads.

The outdoor area is a complete astonishment, “as much a work of art as it is a space for leisure and relaxation,” Marco Rufo rightfully points out.

Centered around a Maya pyramid-inspired terraced infinity pool with waterfalls, stepping stones, and a conversation fire pit, this extraordinary set piece is equally fit for lavish Hollywood parties and quintessential California afternoons with intimates only. Higher up is the additional splendor of the rooftop sun deck, wraparound balcony, and multiple lounging areas.

Just when this elaborate residential playground paralyzes one’s ability to think the estate could not be more elevated, the whole show moves upstairs to 1116 Chantilly Road’s expansive 2,700-square-foot primary suite, an especially magnanimous space with dual boutique-style closets, a sitting room, office, patio, and fireplace. The en-suite bathroom, meanwhile, masquerades as a small spa, with double rainwater showers, a soaking tub, and two water closets.

El Canto Del Agua translates to “Song of Water.” This particular song hits an absolute high note—to the tune of millions.

Farah Levi | 310-978-7555 | DRE# 1825849
Marco Rufo | 310-488-6914 | DRE# 1362095
The Agency

Sally Forster Jones | 310-579-2200 | DRE# 00558939
List Price: $35,680,000


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