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Times Staff Writer

A group of investors purchased this South Bay home on 4 1/2 acres a year ago and then gave the house, built in the ‘80s, a face-lift with some unusual features.

A yoga studio, steam room, Japanese soaking tub and indoor pistol range are among them. The house also has a billiard room, a dine-in wine cellar and a 400-square-foot kitchen with a butler’s prep area. The dining room has a music balcony. There is a breakfast room with a fireplace for informal dining.

The landscaping also was redone. The grounds have two streams, a pool, a spa and travertine decking for entertaining. The three-level house has expansive views of Los Angeles, and the property is zoned for horses.

About the community: It’s in the gated city of Rolling Hills, not to be confused with Rolling Hills Estates, said Donna Freeman, who shares the listing with her daughter, Shannon. Rolling Hills, covering about 3 square miles atop the Palos Verdes Peninsula, has more than 600 homes, 26 miles of streets and 23 miles of equestrian trails. Among the high-priced residential real estate transactions, there was the sale of actress Roseanne Barr’s home a year ago. Barr’s home sold for $7.8 million.

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Asking price: $7,495,000

Size: There are four bedroom suites in about 10,000 square feet.

Features: The house has 8-foot-tall doors and cathedral ceilings, original to the house. The family room has a fireplace and a granite wet bar. There is an office with a built-in desk and cabinetry. There is also a three-level dumbwaiter, air conditioning, three built-in vacuum systems and an indoor-outdoor bar with a refrigerator and icemaker.

Where: Rolling Hills

Listing agent: Donna and Shannon Freeman, Re/Max Palos Verdes Realty, (310) 373-9626

To submit a candidate for Home of the Week, please send color interior and exterior photos on a CD with a brief description of the images and information on the house, including what makes the property unusual, to Ruth Ryon, Real Estate section, Los Angeles Times, 202 W. 1st St., Los Angeles, CA 90012. Questions can be e-mailed to homeoftheweek@latimes.com.


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