Timeless Trousdale Trophy – Beverly Hills – Price Upon Request
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This striking mid-century architectural by Rex Lotery (1965) was one of Trousdale Estates’ original model homes. Located on one of the most desirable streets in the neighborhood, built of redwood, glass, and stone, this modernist glass pavilion is one of only a handful of two-story homes in Trousdale. Situated on a ridge overlooking Coldwater Canyon, its interiors are bright, open, and seamlessly flow from one space to the next. Exterior elements include gated, secured, landscaped entry court, landscaped interior courtyard with fountain, heated pool, built-in seating areas, fire pit, and covered areas that allow for gracious entertaining. Enclosed garage with automated double doors leads to an interior rear entry hall with it’s own powder room. Fully fenced and surrounded by mature trees, this home is discreetly secluded behind greenery on the street. Extensive exterior lighting. Meticulous renovation and additions by Los Angeles architect Stephen Shortridge. Landscape design by Jay Griffith.