Sheathed in Travertine stone, the '2251 Linda Flora' residence is inspired by Richard Meirer's Getty Museum.
The architects designed the Bel Air home to ensure it flows seamlessly between the indoor and outdoor spaces, giving new meaning to the term "organic living." Inside, the home boasts 14-foot high ceilings (with the central gallery reaching an impressive 34-feet) giving it an almost celestial feel. The home is especially equipped for hosting and entertainment; it features a chef's kitchen, sprawling library and glass floor, a walk-in wine area and an amphitheater. The entrance is embellished by a massive, reflecting pool, perfect for welcoming guests.
Overnight guests will undoubtedly be comfortable in the guest house featuring sliding glass walls, a panoramic view and access to the three-car garage.
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