A new six-bedroom home in Beverly Hills went to market on Thursday, demanding $ 14.995 million.
Designed by Colega Architects, this 7,300-square-foot, spacious three-story modern home creates an indoor / outdoor sensation and brings abundant natural light to the space. Natural materials such as stone and wood are incorporated everywhere. Agencies John Graumann and Adam Rosenfeld have the list.
“This house embraces the ideals of international modern design with minimalist and voluminous architecture,” Glauman said at Mansion Global. “This house really stands out because there are so many modern houses built all over Los Angeles.”
The main level of the open plan includes multiple sitting areas, a family room with a fireplace and built-in walnut shelves, a dining room facing the backyard, and a covered outdoor seating area. According to the list of photos, the open kitchen with marble kitchen island and walk-in pantry flows into another adjacent dining area and casual living space.
On the upper floors, there is a bar and entertainment area, a sun-filled primary suite with a marble fireplace, a walk-in closet with skylights, floor-to-ceiling windows, and a private terrace overlooking the backyard of the house. The private bathroom has a dual sink, a spacious shower and a deep soaking tub.
The property’s vast outdoor space includes an outdoor kitchen and bar seating, a pool and spa with a deck area adjacent to the lawn, and a bocce court.
“This house is arguably in the heart of Beverly Hills Flats, the hottest district in Los Angeles today,” Glauman said. “It is within walking distance from both Rodeo Drive and the Sunset Strip.”
According to marketing materials, the lower floors of the property include a steam room, sauna, home theater, underground car park, and driveways before and after parking 5 or more cars.
According to PropertyShark records, the seller is Mel Elias, former CEO of The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf, who bought the property for $ 4.09 million in 2015. Elias’s comment was not immediately available.