Home of the Day: A contemporary showplace in Beverly Hills

Home of the Day: Beverly Hills contemporary has floating glass staircase, catwalk

A glass-lined catwalk and floating staircase highlight the contemporary style of this newly built Beverly Hills residence designed by architect David Parker in collaboration with local design firm Noesis Group. Large picture windows and 20-foot ceilings invite light into the home while lending a gallery-like quality to the unbridled floor plan.

Location: 151 N. Le Doux Road, Beverly Hills, 90211

Price: $3.755 million

Year built: 2015

Architect: David Parker

House size: 4,100 square feet, four bedrooms, four bathrooms

Lot size: 6,494 square feet

Features: Raised ceilings, hardwood flooring, open-space floor plan, living room with wall fireplace, dining room, gourmet kitchen, glass staircase, catwalk, office, patio, pool and spa, waterfall feature

About the area: The median sale price for single-family homes in the 90211 ZIP Code in March was $1.826 million, based on three sales, according to CoreLogic DataQuick. That represents an 8.4% decrease in median price compared with March 2014.

Agents: Paul Lester, Aileen Comora and Michael Perez, The Agency

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