Constructed in the Early 1980s by Peter Choate, the Dwelling Is Nestled Within a Gated Parcel of Over Half an Acre of Land.
Seven years after a Lebanese art-collecting couple acquired a sprawling Los Angeles estate for just over $16 million, the partners have opted to place their California architectural-style outpost in Santa Monica back on the market, this time with an asking price of $33 million, The Robb Report reported.
Originally constructed and conceived in the early 1980s by the late starchitect Peter Choate, the recently renovated dwelling is nestled within a gated parcel that spans over half an acre of land. The property encompasses six bedrooms and seven bathrooms, with nearly 9,300 square feet of sun-drenched living space. The interior boasts high vaulted ceilings, expansive skylights, and ample space to showcase cherished artwork. Floor-to-ceiling glass walls seamlessly blend indoor and outdoor spaces, offering scenic views of the Riviera Country Club golf course and the Santa Monica Mountains, according to Robb Report.
Notable features include an open-concept great room, with a living area featuring a striking book-matched stone fireplace that soars to the ceiling. The room also encompasses a dining space and multiple seating areas. The gourmet kitchen is equipped with marble countertops, a spacious eat-in island, premium stainless steel appliances, and an adjoining breakfast nook. The expansive master retreat includes a walk-in closet and a luxurious bathroom featuring dual vanities, a soothing soaking tub, and a sleek glass-enclosed shower.
Robb Report reported photos of the estate at https://robbreport.com/shelter/homes-for-sale/gallery/2121-la-mesa-drive-in-photos-santa-monica-1234899715/flx09459/?post_type=pmc-gallery&p=1234899715&preview=true.