This imposing piece of top notch architecture, designed & built by renowned London-based Quinn Architects and Estate Four in 2014, sits on a lush green hill amongst mature trees in Bel Air, California, United States. Its high position in Holmby Hills gives the hugely proportioned property a great panorama of the nearby Hollywood Hills,
Naturally framed by greenery, the three-level, glass-encased home feels completely private and peacefully secluded in park-like surrounds.
Filling the 16,000 square foot home are seven bedrooms, eight bathrooms, luxurious living rooms, and a spacious contemporary kitchen diner. Outdoor lounges and dining areas extend the practical living space, and with a relaxed indoor-outdoor flow the homeowners can move freely between the two.
The homes private infinity pool offers a spot of outdoor luxury, where one can take exercise or indulge in relaxation. Alternatively, a bank of sun loungers fill the large poolside deck, where days can be spent basking in the sunshine.
A long exterior staircase meanders down the side of the grassy hillside, leading to a full-sized astro-turf tennis court with floodlights.
Outside, the contemporary architecture is bold and crisp.
A chic main entrance sets the tone for the interior of the home, which leads through to an earth-toned main living room, with 20 ft high ceilings. Glazed walls tower from top to bottom of the lofty proportions, letting bright natural flood in.
In the kitchen diner, cheerful sunshine yellow dining chairs bring some color to an otherwise white décor scheme. The large array of ice white kitchen cabinets surround a generous central island, which subtly breaks the cooking and dining areas apart. A chandelier over the cooking zone adds a special sparkle to the dual use room.
A gorgeous master bedroom suite, furnished with a modern four poster bed, incorporates a lounge area with neat armchairs and glass coffee tables. Rich-toned wood paneling creates an eye-catching feature of the headboard wall, a shade that is carried through into the bed throws and the dressing table.
Source: The Agency