My Home As Art :: Mid-Century Modern Re-Imagined

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Resting peacefully on a quiet cul-de-sac above the Beverly Hills Hotel and convenient to Hollywood, Beverly Hills and the Westside, this tranquil “home as art” is a rare urban haven. Originally designed by Reinhard Lesser in 1964 (from the office of famed architect Victor Gruen), this warmly artful hillside residence with canyon views was updated by architectural designer Pete Moyer in collaboration with the owner/artist in 2006. Includes 4 bedrooms (one used as den with lounging patio), 4 en-suite bathrooms, open living / dining with Italian porcelain tile flooring, and multiple balconies overlooking a glade-like pool and leafy entertaining area. Includes: custom kitchen with large pantry, master bedroom with enormous walk-in closet, and oversized 2-car garage.
For Sale $2,475,000
  • 3 Beds
  • 4 Baths
  • Pool
  • 2773 Sqft
  • 6429 Lot
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