Home of the Week | Beverly Hills
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Home of the Week | Beverly Hills

Home of the Week | Beverly Hills
A recent renovation by a Hollywood production designer has given this 1932 Monterey Colonial a new look while still keeping classic character details. The home, listed for $8.995 million, is entered through a front courtyard featuring hand-picked olive trees and a fire pit. What was once the home’s sun porch is now a step-down family room with steel-cased windows and views of a new swimming pool. On a lower level, a custom bar/lounge channels the Beverly Hills Hotel with a Martinique-inspired decor. (Jim Bartsch)
Home of the Week | Beverly Hills
A recent renovation by a Hollywood production designer has given this 1932 Monterey Colonial a new look while still keeping classic character details. The home, listed for $8.995 million, is entered through a front courtyard featuring hand-picked olive trees and a fire pit. What was once the home’s sun porch is now a step-down family room with steel-cased windows and views of a new swimming pool. On a lower level, a custom bar/lounge channels the Beverly Hills Hotel with a Martinique-inspired decor. (Jim Bartsch)
Home of the Week | Beverly Hills
A recent renovation by a Hollywood production designer has given this 1932 Monterey Colonial a new look while still keeping classic character details. The home, listed for $8.995 million, is entered through a front courtyard featuring hand-picked olive trees and a fire pit. What was once the home’s sun porch is now a step-down family room with steel-cased windows and views of a new swimming pool. On a lower level, a custom bar/lounge channels the Beverly Hills Hotel with a Martinique-inspired decor. (Jim Bartsch)
Home of the Week | Beverly Hills
A recent renovation by a Hollywood production designer has given this 1932 Monterey Colonial a new look while still keeping classic character details. The home, listed for $8.995 million, is entered through a front courtyard featuring hand-picked olive trees and a fire pit. What was once the home’s sun porch is now a step-down family room with steel-cased windows and views of a new swimming pool. On a lower level, a custom bar/lounge channels the Beverly Hills Hotel with a Martinique-inspired decor. (Jim Bartsch)
Home of the Week | Beverly Hills
A recent renovation by a Hollywood production designer has given this 1932 Monterey Colonial a new look while still keeping classic character details. The home, listed for $8.995 million, is entered through a front courtyard featuring hand-picked olive trees and a fire pit. What was once the home’s sun porch is now a step-down family room with steel-cased windows and views of a new swimming pool. On a lower level, a custom bar/lounge channels the Beverly Hills Hotel with a Martinique-inspired decor. (Jim Bartsch)
Home of the Week | Beverly Hills
A recent renovation by a Hollywood production designer has given this 1932 Monterey Colonial a new look while still keeping classic character details. The home, listed for $8.995 million, is entered through a front courtyard featuring hand-picked olive trees and a fire pit. What was once the home’s sun porch is now a step-down family room with steel-cased windows and views of a new swimming pool. On a lower level, a custom bar/lounge channels the Beverly Hills Hotel with a Martinique-inspired decor. (Jim Bartsch)
Home of the Week | Beverly Hills
A recent renovation by a Hollywood production designer has given this 1932 Monterey Colonial a new look while still keeping classic character details. The home, listed for $8.995 million, is entered through a front courtyard featuring hand-picked olive trees and a fire pit. What was once the home’s sun porch is now a step-down family room with steel-cased windows and views of a new swimming pool. On a lower level, a custom bar/lounge channels the Beverly Hills Hotel with a Martinique-inspired decor. (Jim Bartsch)
Home of the Week | Beverly Hills
A recent renovation by a Hollywood production designer has given this 1932 Monterey Colonial a new look while still keeping classic character details. The home, listed for $8.995 million, is entered through a front courtyard featuring hand-picked olive trees and a fire pit. What was once the home’s sun porch is now a step-down family room with steel-cased windows and views of a new swimming pool. On a lower level, a custom bar/lounge channels the Beverly Hills Hotel with a Martinique-inspired decor. (Jim Bartsch)
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