As one of the most famous zip codes in the world, the 90210 is synonymous with luxury--from world-class shopping on Rodeo Drive to restaurants envisioned by chefs such as Wolfgang Puck
and José Andrés
. The homes are no exception. Rows of multimillion-dollar mansions line the palm-fringed streets, each one seemingly more lavish than the next.
Say Hello to Luxury
Located on a verdant lot within walking distance of Rodeo Drive and the Beverly Hills Hotel
, 623 N Walden Dr
is a newly-constructed Spanish-style home that represents the next generation of Beverly Hills luxury real estate. Hidden behind private gates with a motor court, the 6,581-square-foot house feels like a private sanctuary. Inside, six bedrooms and 10 bathrooms offer plenty of space to accommodate family and friends alike.
A two-story entry hall creates a grand first impression and sets the stage for the rest of the home. The living room shows off a vaulted ceiling with chic wood beams, a patterned stone fireplace, and French doors that open to the outdoors. Crisp white walls contrast perfectly with the wood ceiling and floors, offering a look that feels both fresh and inviting.
Cook up a Storm
Made with gourmands in mind, the chef’s kitchen is outfitted with a 14-foot center island that doubles as a prep station or breakfast bar. State-of-the-art appliances, white cabinets, and built-in shelves line the open-concept kitchen. There’s space for a dining table should residents want to create a breakfast nook or more casual place to eat, and pocket doors lead to the backyard if they’re in need of some fresh air. The formal dining room is silhouetted by a custom glass wine wall that’s certain to serve as a conversation starter.
Sleep in Peace
When it’s time to call it a night, residents can retire to sumptuous digs. Not surprisingly, the master suite sets the gold standard, complete with a fireplace, his-and-hers marble baths with heated floors, and walk-in closets. There’s also a guest casita.
Soak up the Sunshine
Glass pocket doors open to a large patio with a built-in barbecue station, allowing grilling aficionados to whip up meals that are sure to impress. Steps lead to a secluded alfresco dining table where residents and guests can dine under the stars (and, since it’s Beverly Hills, maybe even dine with some stars as well). But the real attraction is the sparkling pool, which is lined with six waterfalls. After taking a dip, residents can unwind with a glass of wine in the hot tub or lounge on outdoor furniture. Though residents may be loathe to leave this lair of luxury, the treasures of Beverly Hills are just minutes away.
If you’re interested in learning more about the property or setting up a time to see it in person, please contact me