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Contemporary home for art, views in Bel-Air

Steppingstones cross a reflecting pool at the entrance to this contemporary home, which evokes a travertine-encased museum. Designed with expanses of walls for art display and an open floor plan for entertaining, the house centers on a 34-foot-high window-topped gallery that runs the length of the roof and brings in natural light.

Location: 2251 Linda Flora Drive, Bel-Air 90077

Asking price: $12.5 million

Year built: 2013

House size: Four bedrooms, four bathrooms, 9,372 square feet including guesthouse, breezeways and patios

Lot size: 3.2 acres

Features: Fourteen-foot-tall ceilings, glass walls, glass-floor library looks down on wine room, upstairs office, deck, guesthouse with kitchen, swimming pool, loggia with fireplace, gated driveway, motor court, three-car garage, canyon views

About the area: Last year, 157 single-family homes sold in the 90077 ZIP Code at a median price of $1.945 million, according to DataQuick. That was a 4% price decrease from 2012.

Agent: Billy Rose, (424) 230-3702, and Blair Chang, (424) 230-3703, both of the Agency

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