This 3.5-acre estate in the heart of Beverly Hills features an elaborate tiered courtyard with Classical details and crisp, manicured gardens. The Mediterranean-style villa, known as The Beverly House, was constructed in 1927.
Tennis and basketball are two of the many outdoor activities and amenities residents and guests can enjoy at this 3.5-acre luxury estate in the heart of Beverly Hills. Called The Beverly House, the Mediterranean-style estate features multiple outdoor areas for lounging, entertaining and exercising.
A massive terra cotta back terrace runs the length of this stunning Mediterranean-style luxury estate, situated at the heart of Beverly Hills. Named The Beverly House, this iconic property was built in 1927 and features multiple outdoor entertainment spaces, including a stepped back lawn with tiered pools and an outdoor bar.
A pristine tiled fountain rests at the center of a wide motor court that provides auto access to this sprawling Mediterranean-style estate. Named The Beverly House, the luxurious property was built in 1927 and designed by architect Gordon Kaufmann. An 800-foot driveway leads to this courtyard, winding through the manicured grounds.
The pink stucco gates, carvings, statuary and lush foliage give a hint at what's inside the walls of this stunning Beverly Hills property. An 800-foot winding drive leads to a 19-bedroom luxury home with rolling, manicured grounds. Named The Beverly House, the home was built in 1927 and designed by architect Gordon Kaufmann.
The rear facade of this stunning Mediterranean-style home features myriad windows and terraces that overlook a sweeping, manicured back garden. Tiered courtyards step down to an elegant pool area, which offers multiple spots for perching, sunning and being entertained. Named The Beverly House, this 3.5-acre property is situated at the heart of Beverly Hills.
Lush landscaping adds privacy to this 3.5-acre luxury estate at the heart of Beverly Hills. The main structure of the Mediterranean-style home, with its salmon-hued facade, is tucked into the rolling terrain, with manicured gardens surrounding a multitude of outdoor living spaces. The home, built in 1927 and dubbed The Beverly House, features 19 bedrooms and 29 baths.
An arched, coffered ceiling adds rich architectural interest overhead in this decadent living space, part of The Beverly House, a luxurious Mediterranean-style home located at the heart of Beverly Hills. No surface in the space is unadorned, from the striped wall covering to the ornate wall mirrors to the stained glass panels that draw the eye through the long room to the window and grounds beyond. Multiple seating areas provide ample space for party guests to gather for conversation.
Period details abound in this two-story, wood-paneled library, part of a 3.5-acre Mediterranean-style estate located in the heart of Beverly Hills. Known as The Beverly House, the property was designed by Gordon Kaufmann and built in 1927. In this library, the design of the sculpted, cathedral-height ceiling mirrors the pattern of the custom carpet underfoot. Carved panels lend architectural detail and visual interest to every inch of the massive space, while warm wood tones, a crackling fireplace and accent lighting lend coziness and warmth.
Arch Interiors of Beverly Hills, California, added the wall that forms this conversation corner to block the view of a neighbor's house. The built-in seating and candlelit cutouts make the space feel cozy, rather than barricaded.
The exterior of this stunning Beverly Hills estate was renovated to add a more contemporary feel. The house boasts over ten sets of French doors and large glass windows let in plenty of natural light. Glass railings are added to the balconies to give that contemporary element.
"These mahogany bookcases define the foyer, dining and living room area without compromising the open feel; they also provide a creative way to display sculptures and artwork. The use of pure square design is a theme you'll see throughout this room and the house — on these dividers, the windows, even the stair balusters," says Shelby Littlefield, interior designer, Siemasko + Verbridge, Beverly, Massachusetts.
This sleek design studio boasts an angular cement exterior with sliding floor-to-ceiling windows that open up to the backyard for indoor/outdoor living. The guest bedroom on the top floor overlooks views of Beverly Hills and Los Angeles. This contemporary structure complements the main house that was designed and built 20 years prior to the design studio, but they work together seamlessly as if they were designed and built at the same time.
This design studio boasts an angular cement structure with floor-to-ceiling sliding steel and glass windows that open up to the backyard for indoor-outdoor living. The guest bedroom on the top floor overlooks views of Beverly Hills and Los Angeles. This contemporary structure complements the main house that was designed and built 20 years prior to the design studio, but they work together seamlessly as if they were designed and built at the same time.