This stunning 1957 post & beam home has been fully redone by Rees Studio in 2014 and without regard for cost. The finest of the finest fixtures, fittings, fabrics and more have been used to make a gorgeous example of Pacific Palisades indoor/outdoor living year round.
The home is 4 bedrooms and 4 baths, a large living and dining room as well as a pro kitchen. His and her closets, a gym, a full featured master bath with steam as well as heated floors only starts the description. A modern pool with all new equipment has been installed along with a Zen-like water feature and a 8-channel audio system just for the pool. There is an almond wood burning pizza oven imported from Italy (same brand as used at Mozza), a 42 inch Wolf BBQ and outdoor burner. There is a roughly 420 square foot pool cabana complete with 4K HDTV, lighting control, in-ceiling speakers and electric heat in the rare case that you need it.
The property has been fully landscaped by GLSA to be low-water-use and native California. Some of the plants are just coming into bloom on the nearly 13,000 foot lot. There is an “Internet of Things” controller for the irrigation that is used with an iPhone to control and save water.
This is a fully smart home. There is well over $200,000 in Crestron home automation including distributed 4K video into every room, music in nearly every room, 19 automated and programmed roll-down shades, iPads that control the pool-lights-audio-security cameras-climate and more. There keypads in nearly every room for basic controls. Shades know exactly what time to lower based on the position of the sun in the sky, the location of the home and the time of the year. Lights are energy-saving LEDs and controlled by a state-of-the-art Crestron whole-home system.
Every system in the house has been redone. Floors were reinforced before new hardwood went down. Plumbing was upgraded and a tank-less water heater was installed. HVAC system is a dual zone setup and fully Crestron controlled. Every window was upgraded. Insulation was added everywhere as most 1957 homes lack it. Fiber optic cables were run for data. Internet measures as high as 375 Mbps. Wireless access points are everywhere (including outside). Verizon repeaters boost cell coverage. Most $10,000,000 homes aren’t this high tech.
No expense was spared on this house. Few homes in the Palisades are like it or have the bells and whistles. Bring your clients without delay. For the buyer who wants the best of the best without the work of redoing a house – this is the house. For the Silicon Beach or tech-lover, this house is as high end as you will find.