A powerful Balinese-style home in Santa Monica, California has gone into escrow for US$9.5 million simply 4 days after being listed in the marketplace.
Spanning 4,700 sq. ft of residing house with breathtaking exteriors, the home has 4 bedrooms and 5 loos. All through the home, beautiful options embody waterfalls, lush gardens, split-faced limestone partitions, stable teak and natural supplies. Outdoor, surrounded by greenery, there’s a koi pond, a limestone spa and a two-car storage.
In-built 2009 by LEED-certified builder Sorensen Architects, the house embodies the mixture of magnificence, sustainability and progressive design. Providing an immaculate, non-public oasis within the coronary heart of Santa Monica Canyon, this Balinese architectural treasure has an vintage Monastery gate and a hearth adorned with Indonesian coral accents.
The home was listed by Shelton Wilder of Sotheby’s International Realty. Wilder, the highest luxurious actual property agent within the Los Angeles space and CEO of the Shelton Wilder Group, acknowledged that consumers are trying to find one thing extraordinarily particular and distinctive inside the high-end market.
“The second you stroll within the classic monastery gate, you’re transported to an ambrosial, luxurious lodge in Bali,” stated Wilder. She added that every thing about the home is within the highest finishes with many natural touches. The house additionally completely options and unifies all the weather — earth, air, fireplace and water.
The grand and resort-like house additionally has terrazzo flooring, Basalt tile loos, laser-cut metal doorways and home windows, a customized Italian glass elevator and a retractable skylight. With its sophistication and eco-conscious particulars, this property is touted as probably the most spectacular and charming properties in Los Angeles.
In keeping with Mansion Global and property data, the home was purchased in 2015 for over US$4 million by the earlier proprietor.
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