A new construction home in Beverly Hills came on the market Wednesday for $28.95 million. At just over 11,000 square feet, the palatial five-bedroom, nine-bathroom property features extensive outdoor space with views overlooking Los Angeles all the way to the Pacific Ocean, according to listing materials.
Dubbed “The Channel House,” the project is a collaboration between architect
and features classic elements of modern Los Angeles design including floor-to-ceiling windows and indoor/outdoor living space throughout. (Mr. Gispan and Mr. Omar have also recently collaborated on ONIN, a Japanese inspired property in Encino that listed for $26 million in September.)
“[Eran] and I paid very close attention to how each area unfolds and transitions with each other and with the outdoor areas,” Mr. Omar said in an emailed statement.
“My personal favorite part of the home is the floating courtyard entry,” Mr. Omar added. “Stepping through 16-foot louvered gates and over the waterway, which spills over and down to the driveway level, is just an experience not soon forgotten.”
Construction on the property was completed last year, and The Channel House was previously listed by The Agency for $25.95 million in July 2021, according to public records.
of Compass now has the listing, and was not immediately available for comment.
The main entryway, which also features a water sculpture garden, opens into an expansive double-height living and entertaining area, which in turn flows out onto the backyard deck, which includes an infinity pool with sweeping views of Los Angeles.
The living room, dining room and a home office all feature floor-to-ceiling windows that open directly out onto the home’s backyard deck, where outdoor seating includes poolside lounge chairs as well as a seating area surrounding an outdoor fireplace, according to listing photos.
An open chef’s kitchen with two ovens and a breakfast bar opens directly into an airy indoor living area with its own fireplace. The dining area, which is adjacent to the kitchen, includes a temperature-controlled wine room and a full-service bar area.
Upstairs, a primary suite features a fireplace of its own, a large walk-in closet with room for seating and a bathroom with custom engraved his and hers sinks as well as a soaking tub. Both the bedroom and the bathroom open out onto private outdoor balconies with city views, listing photos show.
A rooftop deck with extensive views features multiple seating areas as well as an outdoor kitchen, and other amenities include a soundproof Dolby home theater, a home gym, and a glass-walled 10-car auto gallery.
The home is currently owned through an LLC that purchased the lot and its previous home for $4.3 million in 2016, according to PropertyShark. The owners couldn’t be reached for comment.
This article originally appeared in Mansion Global.