Location: 2251 Linda Flora Drive, Bel Air, Los Angeles, CA

Square Footage: 10,000

Bedrooms & Bathrooms: 4 bedrooms & 4 bathrooms

Price: $12,500,000

This newly built Contemporary style estate is located at 2251 Linda Flora Drive in the Bel Air neighborhood of Los Angeles, CA and is situated on 3.2 park-like acres. It features a main house and guest house. The main house is encased in Travertine stone and features a reflecting pool near the front entrance. Inside there is approximately 10,000s square feet of living space with 4 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, 2-story foyer with stone & glass staircase, 34 foot high central gallery with skylight, 14 foot ceilings throughout the other rooms, open concept formal living and dining rooms, modern gourmet kitchen, library with glass floor looking down into the wine cellar, home office and more. The guest house features bedrooms, bathrooms, kitchen and a 3-car garage. Outdoor features include an amphitheater, hiking trails, loggia with fireplace and a swimming pool with sun deck.

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  • Andrew

    I don’t think this one is going to be popular here… but I like it!




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  • jdubble07

    Great looking house, crap location… reminds me a bit of a synagogue though.




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    • c

      Crap location? It’s adjacent to Bel Air Crest, while not everyones cup of tea, I don’t think I’d say it’s crap. I guarantee the lot this is on costs more than you house so it can’t be too bad. I’d rather be here vs Bel Air Crest— long driveway incredible privacy and beautiful views. Yet still minutes from all LA has. Very rare to find such a private house in LA, you don’t see any neighbors.

      As for the house, I do really like it. It’s contemporary but it does come across as cold. It could be very transitional with a mix of contemporary and antique furnishings.




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      • jdubble07

        I say crap location because it’s a 10,000 sqft house asking $12.5M on a street of 2,500-4,000 sqft homes that are probably worth sub-$4M. It seems like the developer just wanted to build a house of this size and this was the only lot he could get for the price. While, yes, it’s Bel Air, the surrounding homes make this quite the white elephant.




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  • Daniel

    I don’t hate it. I think it’s an interesting house. The monolith feel it gives off is unique without being cold. Hooray for the huge front entry water feature. The kitchen is a bit of a mystery but the thick stone on the island looks incredible…that isn’t a solid piece, is it? Cool view.




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  • Bill_in_NY

    Books stored right above a gas stove. What a safe and sanitary idea that is!!!




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  • Emmanuel

    Nice overall. I love the travertine!…It’s my prefered stone. It’s well used in this house…




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  • Sam

    Too bland. It looks like the Apple campus.




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  • Susan Burns

    Everything about this home is beautiful! Love this Home!!!




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