1129 Angelo Drive a Contemporary Yet Welcoming Mid-century Modern in the Beverly Hills Post Office Area of Los Angeles Nods to Nostalgia
“Our homes place a premium on warmth, comfort and beauty, while expressing a lifestyle narrative rooted in the architectural traditions of the early modernists such as Frank Lloyd Wright, Rudolph Schindler, and Richard Neutra,” notes KAA Design Group founder, Grant Kirkpatrick, in the recently released book California Contemporary: The Houses of Grant C. Kirkpatrick and KAA Design.
“They all share the common ingredients of a warm-contemporary lifestyle: a tremendous indoor-outdoor connection, ample natural light and timeless materials.”
Nowhere is this concept more apparent than at 1129 Angelo Drive in Beverly Hills, a single-level, Mid-century Modern residence built in 1959 and since remodeled by Grant Kirkpatrick, who is known for his work with the L.A. County Museum of Art and several Hugo Boss boutiques.
Now on the market with Steve Frankel of the Coldwell Banker Previews International Beverly Hills North Office for $2.995 million, the home is situated at 1129 Angelo Drive in the exclusive and much sought-after Platinum Triangle, just minutes to Rodeo Drive and the Beverly Hills Hotel.
Expect approximately 2,250 square feet of living space punctuated by clean lines, walls of glass, soaring ceilings and vintage stone.
Among the standout features of the three-bedroom, two-bath home: a Zen-like courtyard; media room; and light-filled living room (with a quintessential ’50’s-style rock fireplace and gallery skylight) that opens via sliding glass walls to the backyard and pool area beyond.
A gourmet kitchen with a large dining area and an alluring master suite with custom closet cabinetry and a marble bath round out this property’s special appeal.
“This is a rare Mid-century Modern design that exemplifies the classic indoor-outdoor living experience,” says Frankel.
Coldwell Banker Previews International | Beverly Hills North Office
List Price $2.995 Million
Photographs: courtesy of Jeff Ong, PostRain