10274 Chrysanthemum Ln, Bel Air, 90077
2 BD / 2 BA
Ellis G. Revness AIA, 1965. Encircled in clear redwood, upright like the woods surrounding it, and visually inviting the outdoors in, this Mid Century Bel Air house embraces its natural surroundings.
The design hides the entry from the country road, lending both mystery and inquisitiveness to the facade. Inside, floating stairs lead half a story to the combined volume of living and dining area.
This large open room flows easily to the lush terrace and is overlooked by the galley kitchen. The entire space is anchored by the brick hearth and chimney which, with the interlocking beams of the ceiling, accentuate the tranquil, nave-like quality of the room.
The master suites occupy separate levels with en-suite bathrooms and enclosed sunrooms utilized as studies or sitting areas.
The lower bedroom features a library alcove and shares the floor with oversized bonus/laundry room.
Cork floors, a two-car carport and workshop area complete this meticulously restored residence. Located just moments away from Westwood, UCLA, and the San Fernando Valley.
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Listing courtesy of Rick Grahn, Deasy Penner & Partners