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.
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.
Built in 1926 by George Kaufmann, the period’s preeminent architect of lavish architecture that also includes Greystone Mansion, The Hearst Estate—a magnificent Mediterranean at 1011 N. Beverly Drive.
Tony Gonzalez’s striking 7-bedroom, 12-bath showpiece will enjoy all of the luxe fares one would think to anticipate, along with 12,800-plus square feet of lavish, Lada Webster-designed living space not only ideal for intimate and large-scale gatherings, but also for residing as a more-than-content family.
Found in the affluent gated community of Hidden Hills, 5545 Dixon Trail is a captivating residence ideal for entertaining with its refined style and luxe finishes yet offers a floor plan more than befitting a family lifestyle and grounds suited to the avid equestrian.
Expect a flawless facade that stuns from the outset with limestone, wood beams, and Corten steel, matched with chic environs draped in stone, wood, marble, steel, and glass.
Envision 7,445 square feet of alluring living space on a single streamlined level crafted by Dan Ricketts of the West Hollywood-based DJR Design Group, complete with soaring ceilings and ultra-luxe finishes throughout.
Roll Hall of Famer Robbie Robertson of The Band sleek contemporary residence and a modern Steven Ehrlich, AIA-designed loft in Venice that really does have it all.
Old World traditions mix with contemporary design elements among 9,300 square feet of living space set against a vibrant backdrop of black, white, wood, and neutrals, and every level of the three-story home is dedicated to different pursuits.