A Bel-Air original retains its timeless Traditional style

Lauren Beale
Hot Property

This 1930s mansion in Bel-Air, designed by Paul Williams and later expanded by William Hefner, retains hallmarks of the earlier architect's timeless Traditional style. A welcoming entry, light-filled rooms and windows oriented to take in the views of gardens are among his enduring touches.

Location: 10771 Bellagio Road, Bel-Air 90077

Asking price: $35 million

Year built: 1936

Architect: Paul Williams

House size: 11 bedrooms, 18 bathrooms, 20,866 square feet

Lot size: 1.2 acres

Features: Two-story foyer, floating-style staircase, high ceilings, two dining rooms, screening room, wine cellar, bar, billiard room, two offices, gift-wrapping room, flower-arranging room, beauty salon, eight fireplaces, two motor courts, paddle tennis court, swimming pool, seven-car garage

About the area: Last year, 132 single-family homes sold in the 90077 ZIP Code at a median price of $2.2 million, according to CoreLogic DataQuick. That was a 13.8% price increase from 2013.

Agent: Drew Fenton, (310) 858-5475, Hilton & Hyland/Christie's International Real Estate

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