An Ode to Hollywood Regency: 1010 Hillcrest Road

Currently on the market for $26,995,000, the three-bedroom, seven-bathroom Hollywood Regency residence welcomes visitors via a tree-lined driveway.

Located in the Most Sought-after Street in Beverly Hills, 1010 Hillcrest Road Combines Luxury and Privacy

The definition of a prestige address, “1010 Hillcrest Rd. was formerly the hand-chosen lot of Paul Trousdale, the developer of the prestigious Trousdale Estates,” says listing agent Rayni Williams of Beverly Hills Estates about this 5,592 square-foot property.

“He had his pick of any lot in the whole development and he chose this one because it is lower Hillcrest with the biggest views.”

To make the most of the exceptional panorama and build him his dream, Paul Trousdale commissioned his best friend and famous architect, John Elgin Woolf.

Inside, the living room with wall-to-wall sliders and alfresco dining area is the perfect space to enjoy sweeping views of the Los Angeles skyline thanks to floor-to-ceiling windows. Opening up to a pool and offering ocean views, the primary suite provides a peaceful feeling in a luxury atmosphere while the posh guest suite occupies the upper level.

A detached guesthouse and 10-car motor court also contribute to the exceptional character of this historical estate. Here, every nook was designed to frame the vista with the utmost level of privacy.

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Branden Williams | DRE# 01774287
Rayni Williams | DRE# 01496786
Of the Beverly Hills Estates | 310.626.4248
List Price $26,995,000

Photographs: Simon Berlyn / Courtesy of The Beverly Hills Estates

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