Located in the Trousdale Estates enclave of Beverly Hills, California, this striking, midcentury-style home was originally built in the early 1960s on a hillside lot overlooking ocean views. California architect Hal Levitt expanded the home in 1972, and designer Carter Bradley just completed the latest reincarnation-which blends classic features with modern amenities and finishes. Now providing nearly 6,000 square feet of interior space, the residence offers 10-foot ceilings throughout, along with a coved-ceilinged entry hall and a circular glass dining room, among other details. Notably, the home also comes furnished with a combination of custom & vintage pieces sourced from around the world.
Perched on pink granite cliffs, a series of prefab pavilions offer a luxe, back-to-nature experience in one of Tasmania’s oldest National Parks.