Paul McClean-designed 1814 N. Doheny Drive a California Dream by Aaron Kirman

Set amid the famed Hollywood Hills, 1814 N. Doheny Drive is an ultra-sexy contemporary residence crafted by L.A. architect Paul McClean, offers expansive living space side by side with amenities that characterize the ultimate in luxury and relaxation.

Designed & built by architectural great, this residence stands as a hallmark of the storied Bird Streets

Situated at 1814 N. Doheny Drive, the dwelling was built in 2016. Expect approximately 8,290 square feet of seamless indoor-outdoor living space boasting high-quality finishes and touches all around, from marble slab walls to Thassos marble flooring.

The coup d’état? An abundance of soaring ceilings and floor-to-ceiling windows, all facing breathtaking views overlooking the mesmerizing skyline below and the sparkling Pacific Ocean beyond.

“Being a Paul McClean, the entirety of the home is always a work of art,” says Aaron Kirman of Pacific Union International, who is listing the property for $17.495 million.

“But the water feature that begins at the entry of the home and travels the complete expanse of the home, both upstairs and down, really sets the mood of tranquility and luxury throughout.”

Yet other standout features of the five-bedroom, seven-bath home include an entertainer’s living room; screening room; full bar; office/library; and gym. In the master bedroom, a private terrace bestows an exclusive vista of a zero-edge infinity pool running the entire length of the house.

“One of the features about this home that really sets it apart is the pool that has been built overlooking the famous Bird Streets View,” says Aaron Kirman.

“The master bedroom and master bath, as well as the master private outdoor space, all sit behind floor-to-ceiling pocket glass doors that directly overlook the pool and view. It really does feel like the most luxurious, comfortable and private master bedroom in the city.”

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Aaron Kirman | Pacific Union International
List Price: $17.495 Million

Photographs: courtesy of Matthew Momberger

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