Restoration Hardware Chief Executive, Gary Friedman, purchased a modern mansion last month in Beverly Crest for $37 million, $9.25 million less than the original asking price. The Gilcrest Drive 11,000 square-foot, two-story home was designed by Tim Morrison. A large motor court leads to a symmetrical front with two accent walls. The interior’s open concept living spaces include a living room, dining room, wet bar, movie theatre and gym. The house has five bedrooms and nine bathrooms including a master suite with double bathrooms. The exterior has city to ocean views with gardens, statues and an infinity pool

Glass entryway to Restoration Hardware CEO, Gary Friedman’s modern mansion

Source: Los Angeles Times

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