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2257 Betty Lane in Beverly Hills


New to market, this truly exceptional, pristine, mid-century home designed by renowned sculptor Morris Levine in 1964.  Set back on a large and private lot this hidden retreat boasts many original details.

The voluminous living room features walls of windows, milled cedar ceilings and walls and a unique 360° fireplace which connects this room to the adjacent family room and dining room.

In a u-shape, this home curves around the heart of the home, the outdoor pool and patio areas, with all rooms enjoying generous views of this oasis. The family room incorporates low profile built-in storage and original terrazzo floors which extend throughout the home.

The kitchen is beautifully lit through a large clerestory window and offers plentiful storage and counter space as well as an eat-in breakfast table.

The dining room enjoys easy access to the backyard through a pair of sliding glass doors.

With 3,480 square feet, this home incorporates 4 bedrooms, all of which are located in one wing separated from the more public areas of the home. The master bedroom suite includes a large walk-in closet and private patio.

The spaciously sized master bathroom boasts dual vanities and a walk-in shower. The additional three bedrooms are amply sized, include large closets and share a full-sized bathroom.

Located just beyond the kitchen, this office could be used as a 5th bedroom or artist studio and features a private, separate entrance.

The meticulously maintained grounds surrounding this residence include a flat, manicured green lawn, hot tub, outdoor dining areas and patios as well as a a large, solar-heated swimmer’s pool.

This entertainer’s dream, with wonderful indoor-outdoor flow is in a great location.  Convenient to downtown, Beverly Hills and the Valley this is a museum-quality home for the architectural enthusiast.

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Listing courtesy of Kevin Keyser, Sotheby’s International Realty

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