It isn’t easy these days to come up with a multimillion-dollar renovation in Los Angeles‘ Bird Streets that truly stands out.
An array of modern boxes rub elbows with each other on the hillsides—all with jetliner views, walls of glass, infinity pools, wine rooms, and elaborate spas. One even has a walk-in shark tank, and another a dedicated cannabis growing room.
So what makes this modern six-bedroom, 7.5-bathroom residence so special that it merits the representation of not one, not two, but three agents coming together to list it for $34 million?
“My favorite feature of this spectacular new contemporary Bird Streets estate is the 60-foot, retractable, dimmable skylight that runs the width of the property,” says James Harris.
He’s listing the property along with his partner, David Parnes, of “Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles” and Mauricio Umansky, a staple on “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.” They’re all with The Agency.
That remarkable skylight is not something that has hitherto been seen in these parts. Created by the renowned luxury architect Zoltan Pali and the award-winning home builder Dugally Oberfeld, the roof opening is quite an attraction. As is the 106-foot swimming pool with a view, plus a stainless-steel lilypond built right in.
“The property is masterfully positioned to maximize far-reaching canyon, city, and water views, while landscaped for absolute privacy,” adds Harris.
Of course, the expansive, 11,583-square-foot modern, completed earlier this year, also has the floor-to-ceiling walls of glass, automated glass pocket doors, and an open floor plan that takes full advantage of the views and is ideal for entertaining.
Other standout features include a cascading water wall, two Poliform kitchens, plus a multiroom “wellness center” with a sauna, steam room, gym, hot tub, and massage room.
The center also has a saltwater floating isolation “DreamPod,” that users claim calms the mind, heals the muscles, reduces stress, and enhances longevity.
The primary suite is a bit of a dream as well. It features an expansive terrace, built-in custom Italian bed, and a Poliform dressing room that could double as a living room. There’s a luxe bathroom with textured marble walls.
The half-acre hillside lot that the home is built on last changed hands in 2013, for $5.95 million. The former home that inhabited the lot was completely demolished to make way for this one.
The location, right on the border of the famed Trousdale Estates, is valued for its proximity to both Beverly Hills and West Hollywood, as well as the film and TV studios just over nearby Coldwater Canyon.
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