A sleek steel, glass and concrete three-bedroom home in the coveted 90210 ZIP code of Los Angeles’s Beverly Hills neighborhood came on the market last week for $3.495 million.
With design from Tag Front Architects, the modern property sits behind a gated entry and features abundant natural light from wall-to-wall windows and sliding glass pocket doors, as well as multiple outdoor dining and entertaining terraces. Fred Dapp and Freddy Thomas of The Agency are representing the listing.
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Accessed via a floating staircase, the top floor features a spacious open living and dining area with glass doors opening out onto a deck area that boasts a saltwater pool with a spa and sun deck, a cabana and grassy lawns, per listing photos.
“The home offers three levels of indoor living space as well as three levels of exterior living space to enjoy year-round,” Mr. Dapp told Mansion Global via email. “One of my favorite features about the home is the amount of natural light throughout each level while still being tucked away in the quiet [Benedict] Canyon street.”
Built in 2009, the house clocks in at 2,850 square feet, with amenities including surround sound, a nine-foot fireplace, wine storage and a two-car garage, according to the listing. A guest suite with an en-suite bathroom and a private entrance is located on the first floor, and a primary bedroom suite features custom closets as well as a sunny bathroom with dual sinks.
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“[It’s] such a unique property in that it blends sleek features such as glass-enclosed staircases and hidden TVs but in the most serene of settings, complete with an herb garden and canyon views,” Mr. Thomas said in an emailed statement. “The gallery-like entry […] is dramatic and unique—I love the juxtaposition of concrete, steel, and glass mixed with textured wallpaper and wood accents.”
The seller, Charles Horkings, purchased the property for $2.625 million in 2015, according to records. “I wanted to invoke a sense of being in nature from the comfort of your own home by blurring the lines between outdoors and in,” Mr. Horkings told Mansion Global. “With additions like the flat lawn deck and an outdoor projector above the pool, this […] home is perfect for entertaining […] for any function.”