Home of the Week | 1950s French Regency gets a makeover in Bel-Air
A cantilevered swimming pool is among new additions to this remade home in Bel-Air, which was previously owned by one family for more than half a century.
Listed for $7.995 million, the French Regency-style house has 4,851 square feet of open-plan living space, walls of floor-to-ceiling windows and multiple fireplaces.(Brandon Arant)
Walls of floor-to-ceiling windows bring leafy views inside.
Open-concept floor plan.(Noel Kleinman)
The home features a titanium limestone fireplace and a center-island kitchen with wine fridge.(Noel Kleinman)
In 4,851 square feet, the home features five bedrooms and 5.5 bathrooms.(Brandon Arant)
The office/den with a view.(Brandon Arant)
Expanded decking creates additional space outdoors.
The deck among the treetops.(Brandon Arant)
The 1950s residence has been renovated to modernize its looks while showcasing its tranquil setting among the treetops.(Brandon Arant)
In Bel-Air, a freshly renovated French Regency-style house features open-concept space, floor-to-ceiling glass and a cantilevered swimming pool. Asking price: $7.995 million.