The posh enclave of Trousdale Estates ended 2019 with the $35 million sale of a contemporary designed by notable architect, Noah Walker. The home first came onto the market over the summer with an asking price of $46 million.
The hillside home spans more than 20,000 square feet across over an acre of land. The contemporary has decks of outdoor living spaces made of industrial shades of gray and natural wood finishes. Retracting walls of glass reveal canyon and city views throughout the three-story floor plan. The seven bedroom and nine bathroom stunner features open-concept living with a step-down lounge, double-island kitchen, wine cellar, movie theater, elevator, gym, wellness center, office and billiards room with wet bar. The master bedroom and bathroom upstairs open to a private wraparound deck overlooking an entertainer’s patio below with lounges, dining areas, lawn, fire pit and infinity pool. A 2,000 square foot rooftop deck completes the contemporary home.
Olga Laron and Sandra Miller of Engel & Volkers Santa Monica represented the buyer. Sally Forster Jones and Tomer Fridman of Compass held the listing.