This multi-level home fits right into a neighborhood already renowned for some of the best modernist dwellings Los Angeles has to offer. (On this side of the hill alone there’s William Kesling’s Vanderpool and Wilson House along with the Allyn Morris Studio.)
Neubert teamed up with 4th and 5th generation builders, Westward, to construct the darkly clad dwelling sited on an upslope. And left the interior to Sidonie Loiseleux who created a calming, minimalist, aesthetic.
Features include French Oak floors throughout; a chef’s kitchen outfitted with floating shelves, Caeserstone countertops, Fisher & Paykel appliances, and a Bertazzoni gas range; built-in shelving, matte black fixtures, oversized windows, skylights, and Clé tile.
Both the open-concept living/dining room and the master suite look out over the city below through floor-to-ceiling glass.
And just in case you ever get tired of dining at Botanica, L&E Oyster Bar or Alimento you can invite your friends over to hang out on the back patio with an outdoor kitchen and additional half bath or head up to the rooftop deck with some wine and take in the outstanding city views.
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Listing courtesy of Steve Clark – Compass