Set upon a promontory position with one of the most exclusive addresses on the famous Bird Streets of Los Angeles, this sensationally contemporary West Hollywood luxury residence enjoys fantastic Westerly views up all of Beverly Hills with Santa Monica and the Pacific Ocean beyond. The articulate design of the 7,750 sq. ft. home also provides limpid views of downtown LA from an office above the garage entrance, revealing why some call this one of the city’s most significant view properties.
Magnificently architected, this 5 bedroom, 9 bathroom modern masterpiece is the quintessential Los Angeles trophy home. Walls of glass slide into pockets to frame unobstructed jaw-dropping views across the entire city below. Walls of glass slide into pockets to frame unobstructed views of the entire city. As you look over the knife-edge pool and spa, you will feel like you are floating in the most breathtaking of master suites. Each bedroom and bathroom boasts unique, top-of-the-line finishes with no expense spared. Downstairs you will enjoy the industry standard theater, a full bar area and access to an underground parking garage for 6 vehicles.
Truly one of the most special homes ever imagined on the Bird Streets, this extraordinary luxury residence revels in one of Los Angeles’ most exclusive and sought after enclaves, known for it’s stunning “jetliner” views and extreme privacy. This contemporary trophy home offers bold modern design with seamless indoor and outdoor living spaces. Just a five-minute drive from Sunset Plaza and Beverly Hills, this architectural refuge boasts walls of glass opening to an infinity pool and lavish outdoor areas making it the quintessential Hollywood-entertaining house.
|Type||West Hollywood Modern Contemporary|
|Size||7,750 sq. ft. (719.99 m²)|
|Lot||15,033 sq. ft. (1,396.60 m²)|
|Land||0.35 acres (0.14 hectares)|
|Address||1423 Tanager Way, Los Angeles, CA 90069|
|Country||United States of America|
|County||Los Angeles County|
|Owner||Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss – Entrepreneurs/Facebook Twins (March 2016)|