Brand New in Beverly Hills
Developers met the challenge of building a home that fits in among it's mostly Spanish Colonial neighbors, but takes advantage of all the assets of modern design.
It isn’t often that a brand spanking new home comes to market in venerated Beverly Hills. After all, the lots in this posh area have been as hot as Dubai in July for about a century now.
But every so often, one of the increasingly rare smaller, older and dated homes succumbs to makes way for a spanking new mansion, and then developers are challenged to construct something that fits in with the elegant manses nearby, yet has all the modern bells and whistles.
They were so successful with this new, Spanish Mission style estate in the Beverly Hills flats, that it received the Design Review Commission of The City of Beverly Hills award for architectural design.
Of course, the $9.995 million price tag reflects that. And if you can afford the $10 million for the home, you can afford the pricy restaurants and boutiques of Rodeo Drive that are within walking, and irresistible temptation distance.
So what exactly will you get for $10 million, in addition to that unmistakable new home smell? The wide open main floor plan includes large living and dining rooms, a study and a chef's kitchen which opens to a specious great room. This is all accessed by a grand entryway with a modern, sweeping staircase.
Upstairs, the master suite features a spa-like bath with walk-in dressing rooms and a balcony overlooking the dramatic grounds, not to mention a bedroom-sized custom closet. There are also four additional bedroom suites featured on the second level.
The lushly landscaped grounds include a large swimmer's pool and spa, grassy yard, and outdoor entertaining pavilions.
The property is being represented by Jade Mills Estates.