My Home As Art :: Beachwood Canyon Modern Turnkey

Another Devall Design, Beachwood Canyon Modern Turnkey. Complete remodel with high ceilings and gallery walls, luxury designer finishes throughout. Chefs kitchen, custom cabinets, large Living room with skyline view and wrap around deck. Formal dining room leads out to a spectacular pool and hillside garden. Top floor is a dramatic master suite and library with romantic wrap around deck and skyline view, His and hers fitted closets, bedroom fireplace and decadent master bath. Truly a place to relax and enjoy.

Kitchen features new custom made in LA solid hardwood cabinets with pullouts and easy close drawers, two dishwashers, Wolf professional 48″ all gas range, custom hood with handmade moroccan tile backsplash and hood detail, Hans Grohe professional faucet, Kohler 33″ single bowl sink. Marble counters and marble floating shelving, new 48″ sub zero fridge with custom cabinet front, two full size 30″ pantry with pullouts, custom island with walnut top, designer pendant lighting and library lighting over shelves. Custom velvet banquet breakfast area.

For Sale $2,285,000
  • 3 Beds
  • 4 Baths
  • Pool
  • 3427 Sqft
  • 6488 Lot

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