The spirit of the ‘60s is alive and well in Bel-Air

Entering through the double doors and into the terrazzo-lined entry of this midcentury-modern-style home in Bel-Air is like walking back in time.

A living room with a sunken bar and a copper-hood circular fireplace is at the heart of the 1964-built house, which has been extensively restored. Sunburst-patterned wallpaper, rock walls and delicate wooden screens keep the floor plan period-authentic throughout.

Location: 542 Bellagio Terrace, Los Angeles, 90049

Asking price: $8.75 million

Year built: 1964

House size: 3,998 square feet, three bedrooms, five bathrooms


Lot size: 1.59 acres

Features: Period details; terrazzo and hardwood floors; floor-to-ceiling windows; vaulted and wood-paneled ceilings; living room with circular fireplace and wet bar; family room; eat-in kitchen with walnut cabinetry; formal dining room; game room; covered and uncovered patios; swimming pool and spa; hand-built treehouse; greenhouse; walking trails

About the area: In the 90049 ZIP Code, based on 23 sales, the median sales price for single-family homes in December was $3.3 million, according to CoreLogic. That was a 31.5% increase in median price year over year.

Agents: Carl Gambino, (646) 465-1766, Westside Estate Agency; Steve Frankel, (310) 508-5008, Coldwell Banker

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