Naturally Connected in Brentwood & Heavenly Malibu Hideaway



2488 Westridge Road


Nestled on a lush hillside in coveted Mandeville Canyon, this former 1960’s mid-century modern-inspired home has been fully reimagined and expanded by developer Jordan Bakva and interior designer Tatum Kendrick of Studio Hus.

The outcome? A contemporary, nature-driven showpiece known as “The Ridge,” replete with almost 4,000 square feet of stylish single-level living space highlighted by organic, hand-selected materials and finishes imparting timeless and elegant environs.

“Each and every way you turn in the house, you embark on a new special moment,” says listing agent Bennett Hirsch of The Agency.

Take, for instance, a dazzling light-filled atrium boasting a thriving olive tree, and a show-stopping gourmet kitchen displaying a sizable center island and breakfast bar topped with Arabascato Italian marble, Lacanche French range and large walk-in pantry accessible via dramatic Parisian, blackened steel doors clad in oversized brass hardware made in Mexico.

Adding to the appeal: bespoke French doors that open to reveal a manicured backyard offering up an outdoor kitchen, saltwater pool and spa, and eye-catching canyon and city views.

Presented by

Nick Sandler  | 310.924.5275 | DRE 02003365
Bennett Hirsch | 310.593.1902 | DRE 02028724
Santiago Arana | 310.926.9808 | DRE 01492489
The Agency

List Price $4.699 million

29754 Baden Place


Tucked away into a picturesque bluff overlooking the ocean, this engaging Malibu Park estate opens to 7,000-plus square feet of open living space punctuated by soaring ceilings, walls of glass and plenty of over-the-top conveniences. “You enter down a long, tree-lined drive to a home that has everything and more,” says Brittany Sherman, who is co-listing the home with Shirley Sherman for $13.9 million.

“You will never need to leave.” Creating the perfect beach retreat is a wine and whiskey room that passes to an outdoor patio overlooking a pond, along with lushly landscaped grounds outfitted with a pool and spa, cabana/game room, theater, shuffleboard and half-basketball courts, a gym, plentiful fire features, gas Tiki torches, a crow’s nest for taking in the scenery, and sandy beach settings ideal for relaxing and entertaining.

“This is such a special property, with over 200 feet of ocean frontage on 2 acres and spectacular grounds,” says listing agent Shirley Sherman.

“No detail was missed when they remodeled this home. At night the property is just magical.”

Presented by

Shirley Sherman  | 310.975.3870 | DRE 01316456
Brittany Sherman | 310.595.3888 | DRE 01940324
Douglas Elliman

List Price $13.9 million

Photographs: The agency (top) and Scott Everts (Interiors, SAE Photography) and Albert Azouz (outdoors, AerialOne Digital Studios) (bottom)


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