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Architect Ken Ungar samples the classic work of Wallace Neff in Westlake Village

Architect Ken Ungar drew from the works of Wallace Neff when designing his personal residence in a guard-gated Westlake Village community.

Architect Ken Ungar drew from the works of Wallace Neff when designing his personal residence in a guard-gated Westlake Village community.

The villa-style residence features a round motor court and semicircle layout that evokes the Beverly Hills estate designed by Neff for early film director Fred Niblo.

Red-clay roof tiles, a curving loggia and arched details are among exterior features of the 2007-built home. French doors open to more than an acre of grounds containing a sports court, lawn and infinity-edge swimming pool.

Location: 988 Country Valley Road, Westlake Village, 91362

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Asking price: $4.295 million

Year built: 2007

House size: 7,930 square feet, six bedrooms, seven bathrooms

Lot size: 1.14 acres

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Features: Vaulted and beamed ceilings; designer wall treatments; custom built-ins; French doors; two-story entry; center-island kitchen; game room; home theater; gym; custom 180-gallon aquarium; outdoor kitchen; sports court; four-car garage; mountain views

About the area: In Westlake Village, based on 25 single-family home and condo sales, the median sales price in September was $1,000,864, according to CoreLogic. That’s 19.4% increase in price year over year.

Agents: Jordan Cohen, (818) 435-5220, RE/MAX Olson & Associates

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neal.leitereg@latimes.com

Twitter: @LATHotProperty

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