A six-bedroom new-construction home in Beverly Hills came on the market Thursday asking $14.995 million.
At 7,300 square feet, the airy tri-level modern home was designed by Colega Architects to create a sense of indoor/outdoor living and bring abundant natural light into the space. Natural materials including stone and wood are incorporated throughout. Jon Grauman and Adam Rosenfeld of The Agency have the listing.
“This home embraces the ideals of international modern design with minimalistic, volumetric architecture,” Mr. Grauman told Mansion Global. “With so many modern homes being built throughout Los Angeles, this house really distinguishes itself.”
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An open-plan main level includes multiple sitting areas and a family room with a fireplace and built-in walnut shelves, as well as a dining room that opens out into the backyard and a covered outdoor seating area. An open kitchen with a marble kitchen island and a walk-in pantry flows into another adjacent dining area as well as a casual living space, per listing photos.
The upper level includes a bar and entertaining area, along with a sun-filled primary suite with a marble fireplace, a walk-in closet with skylights, floor-to-ceiling windows, and a private terrace overlooking the home’s backyard. The en-suite bathroom includes dual sinks, a spacious shower and a soaking tub.
The property’s extensive outdoor space boasts an outdoor kitchen and bar seating, a pool and spa with a grassy adjacent deck area, and a bocce court.
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“This home is located in the heart of the Beverly Hills flats, which is undoubtedly the hottest neighborhood in Los Angeles right now,” Mr. Grauman said. “It’s located within close walking distance of both Rodeo Drive and the Sunset Strip.”
The property’s lower level includes a steam room, a sauna, a home theater and a subterranean garage, as well as front and back driveways creating parking space for five or more cars, according to marketing materials.
The seller is former The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf CEO Mel Elias, who bought the property for $4.09 million in 2015, according to records on PropertyShark. Mr. Elias was not immediately available for comment.