With teak walls, bamboo flooring, modern decor, and carefully curated art pieces, this captivating home boasts 2,214 square feet of luxurious living space.
In the open living room the windows fold away to turn the whole living area into an open patio. A plush sofa and two armchairs provide an ideal setting to enjoy the incredible panoramic views. Kick back and watch your favorite shows on the 75” TV with cable and surround sound speakers.
Kitchen and Dining
The hip Bulthaup kitchen features Gaggenau and Subzero appliances, including a five-burner gas range and a wine fridge. Two sinks and two dishwashers make for easy cleanup, while a coffee maker will help kickstart the day. Gather for meals at the six-person dining table, or at the kitchen bar for four.
Bedrooms and Bathrooms
This spacious two-level home comfortably sleeps six guests total in three bedrooms on the second floor.
Relax in the serene master suite with a stately king-size bed, a sitting area, and a convenient office nook. Unwind taking in the stunning wall-to-wall valley views. A lavish spa-like en-suite bathroom includes a jetted infinity tub and separate walk-in shower.
Two more stylish bedrooms with similar layouts offer queen memory foam beds and direct access to the patio. One is outfitted as a music room with electric and acoustic guitars, while the other features a custom-designed surf theme. Guests in these rooms share a bathroom with a glass walk-in shower.
For added convenience, a half bathroom sits just off the kitchen on the first floor.
Immaculately landscaped, your group will love spending time together on the lush patio. Spend sun-soaked days on the lounge chairs, or dine outside amid awe-inspiring sunsets.
Our newest outdoor addition is the Japanese Copper Tub. Enjoy 360-degree views of Laurel Canyon while taking in the sounds of nature.
Extra Amenities and Details
This smart home includes Nest thermostats throughout. Other guest amenities include complimentary Wi-Fi, a washer/dryer, and parking for two vehicles.
The photo on this page is from Julius Shulman’s book, “The Last Decade” and The Box House was the last home he photographed in his entire career. This photo is also a limited print that has been exhibited at galleries around the world.