The house owns architecture and impeccable construction of Don Goldstein, interiors stylishly designed by Vance Burke. This house is hidden in the lower Sunset Strip hills on a remarkably private one way street. It invokes seclusion and serenity, yet it just steps away from all that is offered on the Sunset Strip and Beverly Hills.
The use of handcrafted and milled warm woods, including mahogany, maple, oak and the carefully edited selection of surfaces comprised of imported European stones and marbles, provide clear distinction and lines to the interiors reminiscent of Five Star Resorts in Southeast Asia and the Mediterranean. Many of the features and surfaces of the house were handcrafted on site and complete this vision of luxury and sophistication.
All of the lower floor entertaining areas open seamlessly to the pool and tranquility of the back gardens. Included in the downstairs there are two guest bedroom suites with f suite bath and walk-in closets that are separated perfectly and privately from the living, dining, and kitchen areas. Upstairs lies the master suite and balcony overlooking the treetops of Beverly Hills and includes a living area with fireplace and sunlit en suite bath and oversized walk-in closet. An inviting stone pool with handmade tiles and verdant gardens in the back complete this picture of unique resort-like living. This is a perfect home for fine entertaining, has 3 bedrooms and 3 baths.