Situated in Mandeville Canyon, Brentwood neighborhood, this classic house offers expansive views of the city and ocean of Los Angeles. Developed by Rockefeller Partners Architects together with interior designer Alana Homesley, the house was designed to be useful, beautiful and timeless to be able to fit the owner’s lifestyle.
Nestled in a 3.14-acre lot sheltering over 200 mature trees in the neighborhood, the house is made mainly of wood combined with stone and cement for its base, Venetian plaster treated walls, and floor to ceiling glass windows. It highlights a multi-functional stone fireplace wall which extends through the second floor and the roof. Moreover, the house possess a master suite, children’s quarters, and other auxilliary spaces such as the beam pool house, spa, basketball court, tennis court, a small pavillion and a four-car garage.
With the comfort, quality and privacy this Mandeville Residence provides, a small family can surely work, play and grow in it harmoniously. What do you think?