It’s Not Hard To Guess A Beverly Hills Residence

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You can always recognize a house from Beverly Hills, as they always have that sunny vacation spirit into a luxurious decor, inviting for relaxation or partying. Designed by William Stephenson way back in 1956, at the present the Beverly Hills residence is just renovated and on sale, having a total of 5,600 square foot space.

Modern meets richness, with art on the walls contrasting, along with the small elements of decoration or furniture, the light colors used. As the house is all spread on the ground, having no upstairs level, the ceiling is very tall, measuring 12 feet in the living area. Windows and doors were chosen to be floor-to-ceiling, offering nice views outside.

A very simple and inspirational office makes work easier and it’s just a pleasure being in one of the bedrooms, where the beautiful garden outside can be seen. In the bathroom we find a glass shower, wood elements and flowers reviving the atmosphere.

And for the warm days (which this means almost every day), on the wood deck outside there are seats to enjoy a good resting or the pool inviting for cooling. Yet, I have the feeling the ones that afford to buy this residence don’t have that much time. Well, money costs time!



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