This 9,200 square foot contemporary home is located at 1518 Bel Air Road in Los Angeles, CA. It was built in 1947 and is situated on close to half an acre of land. It is listed at $14,000,000. Overall, this is a very well done contemporary home. Even though it’s big, it doesn’t feel cold.

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The absolute ultimate in glamorous contemporary living. A true timeless masterpiece featuring the latest in technology and materials and infused with old world class and spectacular magic. A state-of-the-art open floorplan with grand open kitchen/family room and breakfast nook seating for 10, master wing w/ extensive private outdoor covered patio w/ fireplace and infinite his and her master baths and closets designed for today’s royalty, formal dining for 20, home theater, piano room, 23′ grand foyer ceilings and high ceilings throughout, 3 exquisite staircases, 70′ quartz infinity pool spilling into a picture perfect view, remote controlled disappearing walls of glass seamlessly joining the outdoor living rooms and patios with the decadent grand rooms inside. Gated circular motorcourt for 10 cars w/ oversized 3 car garage. Extremely private with endless and breathtaking mountain top views.

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  • Daniel

    This one I don’t mind at all. While I wouldn’t call it my dream home by any stretch, I could live here…at least for a period longer than a week. Pool looks gorgeous.




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  • Chance

    Now this is how a contemporary home should be. It still isn’t up to a Guy Dreier house, but it’s definitely really nice.




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  • Mark

    All I need now is my velour house coat, cigarette extension, silk sippers and a large glass of cognac, bring on the babes.




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  • NOVA Ben

    This doesn’t really do anything for me….I respect it, but I don’t especially like it.




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  • Venom

    It is not bad, outside could be nicer.
    I do think that for $14 million you should have more land so the neighborhood kids could not play tennis off the walls of your house.




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  • Grrrowler

    I think it’s cool. I couldn’t live in it, but I think it’s cool. It’s high glam with a hipster twist on it. It’s too sparse for my liking and I could see a more stylized art deco interior working well. There also doesn’t seem to many (any) really comfortable-looking places to sit.




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    • NOVA Ben

      Your last sentence pretty much sums up why I can’t bring myself to really love many contemporary homes. To me, the breakdown is this….40% are just plain ugly, 40% are too barren, 18% are sculpturally and aesthetically beautiful as objects, and 2% I’d love to live in. There’s overlap, of course.




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