Actress and diamond heiress Zeta Graff has listed her compound in Bel-Air at $8.8 million.
The contemporary showplace was designed by architect Zoltan Pali, who is collaborating on a film museum for the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences. He has also worked on restoration of the Getty Villa in Malibu and the Greek Theatre.
A feeling of spaciousness is emphasized in the 5,449-square-foot home's living room through 30-foot ceilings and 15-foot-tall doors. Large custom windows bring in natural light and canyon, mountain and reservoir views.
Blurring the lines between the indoors and outdoors, the home is two separate structures connected by a glassed-in sky bridge.
One building serves as a self-contained wing with an open-plan kitchen, a formal dining room, a sitting area/media room and outdoor patios on the lower level and a master suite above. A long center island in the kitchen can seat six.
The master bedroom has a fireplace and opens to a private balcony. There are also fireplaces in the dining room and library.
The other structure contains three additional bedroom suites, an office and a laundry room.
The grounds encompass more than half an acre.
The two-story house last changed hands in 2004 for $4.4 million, public records show.
Graff, a member of the family that owns London-based Graff Diamonds, appeared in "The Fifth Element" (1997) as well as TV movies and series.
Linda May of Coldwell Banker and Kathryn David and Sharon Armitage of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices California Properties are the listing agents.