LOS ANGELES, California
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4 bed/7.0 bath
A Minimalist Design by Zoltan Pali and constructed with the ultimate quality and Craftsmanship by Dugally Oberfeld bring the newest most impressive architectural masterpiece in years. Walls of glass bring the view into every room in this house. As you enter, a wall of Silver Travertine crosses the entire length of the house while on the other side a wall of water two stories high greets you and creates the atmosphere and tone for the very warm home which has Rift Oak floors throughout. Grand open Living room with high ceilings and stacking Fleetwood doors create an entire indoor-outdoor living space. A Custom Italian Kitchen Opens to a large Family Room with views of Downtown LA. The master bedroom floats over the LA Basin with views of Century City and the Ocean Beyond. Other features of the home are 3 additional bedrooms and an office. A Theatre with stadium seating, 980-bottle Wine Cellar, Pool, lawn, 4 car garage and 26 foot long fire trough.
Walls of glass, rift oak floors throughout, high ceilings, custom Italian kitchen, views of Downtown LA, theatre with stadium seating, 980 bottle wine cellar, pool, four car garage.
WHAT MAKES THIS A BUNGALUX
Zen in the Bird Streets
- • So, we're in a Bird Streets sort of mood tonight. And after all this talk about them, you may be wondering: What's so great?
- • That's why you're here. To get the skinny. So:
- • The Bird Streets, aptly named, are a cluster of windy, hilly streets that sit between Beverly Hills and the Sunset Strip. The locale is ideal: You can do your Rodeo Driving and then come home and do your Soho Housing. All with no problem.
- • The Birds were initially populated with boring '50's and '60's houses (a few had architectural integrity, most didn't), but the Hollywood folks - think Leo, Jen, Keanu, Tobey, etc. - came in and glamorized the houses (many of which have killer views) to the tune of over a thousand dollars per square foot. Now the Birds are full of Ferraris, construction sites, and monster real estate prices ... some of the highest in the city.
- • And so, yes, we have to say it: Despite the real estate recession, the Bird Streets are still one of the few areas of LA flying high.
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