The Lavish Staller House in Bel Air
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A residence in Bel Air is always an exquisite residence, and so is this amazing 6,674-square-foot home designed by Richard Neutra, completed in 1955, and renovated in 2001 by Lorcan O’Herlihy Architects.
Proudly sitting on a 1.1-acre lot in Bel Air, the affluent residential community in Los Angeles, California, this outstanding home is known as the Staller House, or the Levinsohn House (it used to belong to movie producer Gary Levinsohn back in the late 1990s).
Initially listed at $10.9 million in June 2011, the luxe property can now be purchased with $8.5 million. It comes with four bedrooms, seven bathrooms, two fireplaces, a spa, a pool, a guest house, and a 4,200-bottle refrigerated wine room. There is also a generous parking lot for twelve cars, making it very easy for all your friends to attend your poolside parties!