The Wall Street Journal announced that the deal included 281 Bentley Circle, which sold for $45 million, as well as a Richard Neutra-designed modern (represented by Hilton & Hyland’s Drew Fenton) right next door. Despite talk of an influx of new spec homes, this deal offers much-needed optimism for the Los Angeles ultra-lux market.
The 20,000-square-foot modern paradise was designed by Tag Front Architects with the world’s finest appointments: oversized gardens, professional tennis court, 12-car garage, and a circular pool.
No expense was spared in the open floor plan residence, from its large walls specifically designed to display only the finest art collection, to the Portuguese limestone and Italian Calacatta marble accents throughout, or the 20-person movie theatre, or the five-star resort-like spa.
The pinnacle of sophistication and modern design with museum quality finishes throughout, the trophy estate is the most expensive home sold this year in Los Angeles.
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