This Mediterranean new build is located at 12745 Hanover Street in the Brentwood section of Los Angeles, CA. The main house boasts 6 bedrooms, 13 bathrooms, 2-story foyer with sweeping staircase, formal living and dining rooms, gourmet kitchen, 2nd dining area with French doors leading to patio, family room, wood paneled library with fireplace, media/billiards room, laundry room, maids room with separate entrance, 3-car garage and more. The backyard features expansive entertainment terraces, lighted tennis court, fountains, swimming pool with spa, pool cabana with dual baths and changing rooms, outdoor fireplace and a detached guest house with full kitchen and living room. It is listed at $21,500,000.

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  • Jason

    I actually walked through this house about 2 years ago when I visited LA. It’s in Brentwood surrounded by other large estate homes. Overall I feel it’s ok. It’s nice to see what the final house looks like finished and furnished. I would have re-designed the central entry area. I’m not a fan of the upper pediment-ed area- I’d make it larger or change the design all around. I love the bold choice of yellow for the stucco design, but it contrast highly with the white balustrade. The piers should have been stuccoed and painted the same yellow stucco color as the house.




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  • Limedaiquar

    Typical California med with a tennis court shoe-horned in the *erhem…”yard”.




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    • Kenny Forder

      Yeah, I hate that. I need at least SOME grassy area.




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      • lambskin

        Every inch of the property is developed.Not even a place for poor Fifi to ‘go’. The drainage system must have been a bitch to install and get approved as there is no place for any runoff.




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  • Daniel

    Newly built with zero character and an inflated price tag.




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  • sam

    Wow, seems way over priced. The Front with the garages just rubs me wrong especially at that price. The pool looks really plane and sort of small. I like that it has a tennis court but other wise the house gives off a suburban tract house vibe especially with 3 garages next to the entry. If I were building a house on a valuable lot like that I would hide the garages somehow and not put them front and center especially if I was going to ask 20million plus. I find yellow stucco ugly and the white balustrade glaringly ugly. Would like to see what it will sell for if and when it does sell.




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  • Joejoe509

    I agree with Limedaiquar. Too cramped. Even the front “yard” is devoid of green life.

    Boring and beige, but ultimately it’s pretty comfortable and relaxing. Nothing stands out in the main house, but the other buildings are kinda neat. I don’t know much about current markets, but that price seems high.




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  • NOVA Ben

    Daniel said it. Nondescript all around. Yuck.




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