Windsor Smith Four Year Project Comes to Market
A four-year project completed this year brings new construction with every detail included−and a Windsor Smith aesthetic−to market.
The third signature spec home to date for sought-after L.A. developer and interior designer Windsor Smith—known for her modern-meets-classical point of view and celebrity following (actor and entrepreneur Gwyneth Paltrow is a fan and purchased Windsor’s first home in Mandeville Canyon in the early 2000s)—this neoclassical-style residence is highlighted by a modern, open footprint and breathtaking ocean views.
“I am passionate about what luxury means today for the modern, global family,” says Smith of the home, which is co-listed by Santiago Arana and Anthony Buttino of The Agency for $33 million. “I strive to create spaces that are elegant, but unbuttoned. With this latest project, I’m presenting a new kind of architectural template celebrating connectivity, sanctity and community—all in support of a well-lived life. It represents more than buying a house.”
Found on N. Tigertail Road in Brentwood, the six-bedroom, 11-bath home features 12,000 square feet of familiar yet cutting-edge living space on three levels, complete with a stunning palette of gray, white and dark ebony hues, detailed parquet wood flooring, intricate stonework and soaring ceilings.
Among the highlights: a gourmet kitchen showcasing a Gagganeau wine column, and custom Opus by Windsor Smith chairs, table and shelves; a marble staircase by Artistic Tile; and rooftop terrace offering sweeping ocean views. A separate guest pavilion holds a screening room, sauna/bath, guest suite, plus an entertainment space with a bar, kitchen and walls of glass that open onto a garden and pool.
“Windsor has created a masterpiece with this property, which elegantly blends masculine and feminine accents in a welcoming environment,” says Arana. “As well as being a great home for a family, there are excellent spaces created for entertaining both indoors and out.”
Photographs: Courtesy Of Nolasco Studios
and Anthony Buttino
of The Agency
List Price $33 million