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Anything Goes

BY Maile Pingel | September 17, 2018 | Feature Features

From celebrated midcentury estates to new builds and even a billion-dollar hilltop, Los Angeles offers homebuyers jaw-dropping versatility.
232 S. Rimpau Blvd., Hancock Park

232 S. Rimpau Blvd., Hancock Park
Just last year, architect Paul Williams was posthumously awarded the AIA’s highest honor, the Gold Medal, for his venerated style—a look quintessentially expressed in this 1966 home that has come on the market for the very first time. Situated on a cul-de-sac and overlooking the Wilshire Country Club, the house bears all the hallmarks of a classic Williams design: lacquered double doors that lead from the driveway to a courtyard, a spiral staircase at the entrance and generously proportioned rooms with original wood paneling and fireplaces. The 5,110-square-foot, five-bedroom home was restored with architect and designer Tim Morrison and also features formal gardens. It is listed with Denise Hamilton and Joyce Rey for $8,250,000.

702 N. Doheny Drive, West Hollywood
Located steps from the Pacific Design Center and a few blocks from Soho House, The Harland is a boutique condo complex designed by R&A Architecture + Design, with interiors by Marmol Radziner. Its 37 units range from one-bedroom flats to three-bedroom, 3,100-square-foot townhomes with double-height great rooms. Penthouse homes, as well as several townhomes, include rooftop terraces with pergolas and outdoor kitchens. Luxuriously appointed interiors feature Poliform kitchens with Miele appliances, walnut cabinetry and Calacatta marble counters. The building’s amenities include an entertainment lounge and bar, a bowling alley, a private dining room and kitchen, a screening room, a fitness center and a yoga studio. The property will be completed late this year and is listed with Douglas Elliman Development Marketing. Units start at about $2 million.

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