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Japan in Prime Beverly Hills

LOS ANGELES, California

STATS

  • status

    Sold

  • price

    $12,000,000

  • type of listing

    Single Family

  • style of listing

    Other

  • year built

    1987

  • living area

    7,862 sq/ft

  • land/garden

    26,702 sq/ft

  • beds/baths

    4 bed/8.1 bath

DESCRIPTION

Incredible Architectural Compound in prime Beverly Hills - A masterpiece and genuine work of art in the authentic Japanese tradition, with main house & pavilion, tea house (guest house), and E/W tennis court. At center dazzling bonsai garden inspired by Kyoto's Nishi Honganji Temple with waterfall, koi pond, & spa surrounded by mature black pines. Designed by Bob Ray Offenhauser AIA, this estate was inspired by a passion for Japanese art, architecture, and by Kyoto's “minka” country homes. Fine craftsmanship utilizing custom and imported materials such as Port Orford Cedar, Tokyo “Hori” hardware, Red Oak, Bamboo, Osaka roof tile, Belgian marble, black cleft slate - create remarkable beauty throughout. Entertain in the magnificent “Pavilion” (living rm) with hand-crafted 20 ft beamed ceilings, fire place, kitchenette, and loft; exquisite dining room framed in privacy w/Shoji screens; and outdoor "Great Room" overlooking garden.

OTHER FEATURES

Tennis court, koi pond, spa, tea house.

WHAT MAKES THIS A BUNGALUX

Kyoto-inspired compound

  • • You may have noticed that we kinda like Japanese architecture. Inevitably whenever a Japanese-inspired house comes up it gets the Bungalux distinction.
  • • This one was designed by well-known architect Bob Ray Offenhauser and is located on Hartford, one of Beverly HIlls' best streets.
  • • We love the tennis court, pavilion, and living room ... and everything else about it too. The only thing missing is a pool.

For more information contact...

  • BUNGALUX

    Inquire , Bungalux

  • Email

    inquire@bungalux.com

  • telephone

    (310) 251-7721

  • LISTING NUMBER

    12-421

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