Posts tagged contemporary
Euro Chic and Stellar Views above the Sunset Strip

Some people might choose a home because it’s cozy and charming and it comes with a white picket fence. Others may choose a home because it’s down the street from a great school. Other times, though, one chooses a home simply because it has a “wow” factor that is unassailable – just like this 3,300 square foot 3 BR / 3.5 BA architectural masterpiece above the Sunset Strip has.

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A Tantalizing Remodel Above the Sunset Strip

Tantalizing. I think that’s the best word for this place. Unless you have a burning desire for a yard with a lawn to mow, I can’t think of anything about this place that comes up short. Everything about this home is home is gorgeous – the flow, the quality of the materials, the view. If the hills above the Sunset Strip are in your home search area, this is a must see. (Believe it or not, these photos don’t actually do justice to how beautiful this home is – all the more reason to see it in person.)

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Brace Yourself. This One Might Take Your Breath Away.

Rising Glen Road above the Sunset Strip has seen a string a choice properties hit the market in the last couple of months, but this one decidedly takes the cake - and its loaded with lots of icing. When you visit this home (because these photos should inspire a visit) be sure to appreciate the finishes and attention to detail.

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Bam! A Baxter Blockbuster by Barbara Bestor!

My colleague Eric Yetter has an amazing new pocket listing in the oh-so-steep Baxter Street in Silver Lake. It’s a 7,256 square foot gem by noted Silver Lake-based Architect, and Bohemian Modern author, Barbara Bestor. Modern never felt so warm. Eric describes it quite right: “Natural elements are woven seamlessly into a truly expansive and inviting modern framework”. Did I mention that it’s 7,256 square feet?

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Living Large in L.A. - Past and Present (Part 2)

My caravan day ended with a home that’s newly built and fresh on the market. Situated in the northwest pocket of West Hollywood, the house is a steel, glass, and concrete design with an indoor-outdoor style that is a hallmark of contemporary Los Angeles living. One’s initial impression occurs while approaching the front door via a walkway of cement pavers that span a lighted reflecting pool.

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