A 7,000-square-foot single-story home in Los Angeles has hit the market for just under $17 million.
The five-bedroom, seven-bathroom Beverly Hills home built in 2018 epitomizes indoor-outdoor living, according to Enzo Ricciardelli, Sotheby’s International Realty–Pacific Palisades Brokerage. It was listed last Thursday.
“It’s so sexy, the way everything opens up to the outdoors,” he said.
The residence boasts vanishing glass walls in the wood-paneled great room, allowing it to flow to the pool and spa area, Mr. Ricciardelli said. It also has views of the ocean and surrounding landscape, he added.
A chef’s kitchen by the German company Bulthaup—featuring Gaggenau appliances and a 600-bottle wine wall—is adjacent to the great room, according to the agent. There’s an office space off the reception area, as well.
The primary bedroom suite has an outdoor yoga deck, Snaidero closets and “a huge walk-in steam shower,” Mr. Ricciardelli explained. There are four additional bedrooms, although the fifth bedroom suite is currently being used as a gym.
Other features include a gated motor court, a pair of two-car garages, a screening room and bar that also opens to the pool area, an outdoor kitchen and a multi-zone interior/exterior sound system, according to the listing.
“A lot of these amenities are things people used to look for in a hotel and now want in a home,” he continued.
And, as Los Angelenos start to consider social gatherings again, the house is a perfect place for a party.
“It flows so well. You can have a lot of people in there and not be falling on top of each other,” Mr. Ricciardelli said.
The current owner purchased the home from the developer in 2018 for $15 million, according to records from PropertyShark. He was not available for comment.
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