Just put on the market is this ultra-chic Mid-Century home in Los Angeles, which recently underwent an expansion and complete re-interpretation. It’s a fully-modernized, yet serene retreat, which the listing notes is a rarity for L.A.’s Westside.
Architect Gregory M. Crawford spearheaded the home’s makeover. In its new incarnation, the house boasts six en-suite bedrooms, five baths and 5,349 square-feet of living space. Featured in the home is Loft-like Post and Beam living, which flows smoothly into the formal dining room. There is also a chef’s kitchen, which has been remodeled, and a family/den area. A separate guest house is also on the property.
While the home is certainly magnificent, you will really be impressed with its surrounding grounds. It’s truly one of the finest settings in Los Angeles. The back yard has stunning canyon views and features a Montecito-inspired central courtyard, rolling lawns and a secret meditation garden. There’s also a private hiking path on the property.
All of it adds up to a terrific environment that’s proven to be inspirational and is perfect for the creative/artistic type.
Finally, all of this set behind impressive gates that guarantees its owners with privacy and serenity.
This home was put on the market just this week for a price of $5,995,000. According to the mortgage calculator, the estimated monthly payment is $28,621 given 20% down on a 30-year loan with a 5% interest rate.
You can find much more information on this home in L.A’s Westside, including additional pictures, by clicking Listing.