With a total of 60 rooms—including 17 bedrooms and 25 bathrooms—encompassing 30,000 square feet, this is one of the largest houses ever built by Paul Williams, who, in the same era, also designed the Los Angeles homes of Lucille Ball and Frank Sinatra, among other celebrities.
558 15th Street is located in the quiet enclave just north of Montana with supermarkets and specialty shops, a high-ranking public elementary school, coffee shops, cafes, and a farmer’s market nearby. Only slightly further afield would be movie theaters, some of the city’s best private schools, its famed stretch of beaches, its many hiking trails, and its best private clubs.
It was the mellow atmosphere of the Hill Section in Manhattan Beach that convinced a custom home developer Saeid Shokravi to go ahead with this voluminous new five-bedroom home and inspired its plantation-influenced modern look. The result is a residence ideally suited for life as it’s lived today, with sophistication and user-friendliness locked in neatly together.
Michael Chen executive director of the Asia-Pacific Division of Aaron Kirman Group at Compass discusses 1108 Wallace Ridge, Beverly Hills, an 18,000-square-foot estate in Trousdale Estates which is where California modernism and contemporary ultra-luxe meet and a true gem.
Offering limitless possibilities to create a one-of-a-kind compound, The Enchanted Hill combines a prime location, ultimate privacy, massive acreage and flat pads.
10601 Wilshire Blvd PH 19E at the Wilshire House, located in the Wilshire Corridor—just minutes from the best of Beverly Hills, Bel Air and more—is an absolute lock for the right buyer.
Everyone in L.A. aspires to live like a star, but precious few do. Among them: the future buyer of 910 Rexford Drive, the onetime residence of Hollywood actor Edward G. Robinson.
Designing a movie star experience in Beverly Hills by developer and designer Daphna Ziman, president of TV network CINÉMOI offering immaculate views with a modernist art deco touch on over 10,270 square feet, with 5 bedrooms and 8 bathrooms.
With an abundance of natural light inside and a mature garden outside, the property 4021 Mandeville Canyon sits on a lot of over 30,000 square feet, immediately convinced the homeowner—an interior designer—to transform it into an indoor-outdoor sanctuary.
Commanding a prominent view of the Pacific, the immaculately well-cared-for property at 417 34th Street in Manhattan Beach is the definition of rarified air. Not just for its proud verticality, but for its very presence.
In addition to its airy and contemporary apartments, penthouses, and townhouses (ranging from $3.5 to $5.5 million), Gardenhouse has the nation’s largest living art wall at 6,700 square feet.