Home of the Week: Bel-Air home by Richard Neutra is polished to perfection
Known as the Hammerman Residence, this Richard Neutra-designed home expands on its modernist roots with a mix of sleek and contemporary notes that start at the floating staircase beyond the front door. Eye-catching elements include chrome countertops in the kitchen and a stainless-steel-finished fireplace that runs from floor to ceiling in the living room. Adjacent to the fireplace is a sliding wood wall that conceals a wet bar.
Location: 201 Bentley Circle, Bel-Air, 90049
Asking price: $13.5 million
Year built: 1954
House size: 4,315 square feet, four bedrooms, four bathrooms
Lot size: 0.52 acres
Features: Clean lines; walls of floor-to-ceiling windows; custom built-ins; Crestron home automation; steel floating staircase; hidden wet bar; living room with chrome wall fireplace; updated kitchen with chrome-topped island; formal dining room; family room; updated master suite bathroom; swimming pool; lush landscaping; jetliner views
About the area: In the 90049 ZIP Code, based on 30 sales, the median sales price for single-family homes in November was $3.084 million, according to CoreLogic. That was a 5.7% increase in median price year over year.
Agents: Drew Fenton and Amber Cohen, Hilton & Hyland, (310) 858-5474
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