For the first time ever, a Paul R. Williams-designed estate in Lower Bel Air has hit the market for $19.8 million with many of the renowned architect's signature features. The moment you walk into the grand, two-story entry, fans of Williams will notice his classic center hall plan with a lavish, sweeping staircase, which sets the tone for this impressive home. At 6,007 square-feet and boasting both tree top and Crescent City views, this beautiful home is sure to be a perfect refuge for the most discerning of Angelenos.
The entire compound is gated and surrounded by lush gardens to bring seclusion and respite to its homeowners. Plus, this means there are gorgeous, unobstructed views from nearly every room. The living room boasts such views of the fountains and greenery, plus, a fireplace to stay cozy during Southern California's mild winters. There's an additional family room with a bar for more casual living and entertaining and a large formal dining room for hosting the most sophisticated soirées. Other common areas include a solarium and two separate dens, all of which are equipped with a fireplace.
The home features five bedrooms and seven bathrooms, with a primary suite and two secondary bedroom suites upstairs and a downstairs bedroom suite and maid's quarters that includes a bedroom and bathroom. There's also a large, finished attic space for expanding sleeping space for more guests or creating the perfect WFH setup.
Other exciting amenities include a guest house, pool, a wine cellar, and a tennis court. Check out this listing from Richard Klug at Sotheby's International Realty-Beverly Hills Brokerage online to learn more or take a virtual tour.
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