The Keochakian Residence, 1969. Allyn E. Morris, F.A.I.A.
Walls of glass, clean lines, sharp angles and an indoor-outdoor flow characterize this late 1960’s modernist home.
Gated and private, this estate sits on four elevated lots, totaling approximately 2.34 acres, affording breathtaking vistas from nearly every room.
Floor-to-ceiling sliders and full wrap-around view balcony outline a fabulous, sun-drenched living room with vaulted ceilings, sunken sitting area, and dining area.
A gourmand’s kitchen offers black marble countertops, high-end appliances, center prep island with breakfast bar and an abundance of pantry and storage cabinetry.
The open loft, which overlooks the living room, is ideal for a home office.
The spacious family/media room has its own private patio with westerly views.
Three bedrooms including master suite, that overlooks Annandale Golf Club, with sitting room and walk-in closet and two guest bedrooms with sliders that lead out to a shared patio with mountain views, cozy grassy area and soothing pond.
The two and one-half bathrooms includes the light and bright master bath with spa tub and sauna.
Additional qualities include central air and heat, wood floors, and multiple storage rooms.
The open, northern expanse is dotted with Palo Verde treelings and provides 180 degree, jetliner views from the Santa Monica Mountains and Century City to the west, up through NELA and the DTLA skyline to far edges of the San Gabriel Valley to the east.
The saltwater pool, generous multi-level sundeck and pool house are perfect for lazy afternoons and evening entertaining.
Two car carport and additional parking space for multiple vehicles.
Listing courtesy of Thomas Inatomi, Berkshire Hathaway.