Smart homes are becoming increasingly popular, and buyers looking for a connected home have increasing options in the Los Angeles market. Here’s a look at options that Coldwell Banker offers for those who refuse to disconnect.
Open, light spaces define this contemporary five-bedroom home on North Crescent Heights. A Lutron Smart Home System controls the home’s systems, while three fireplaces and European oak floors add elegance. This $2.75 million home is within walking distance of shopping and restaurants and can also host great parties with its landscaped yard, built-in barbeque, and fire pit.
This newly constructed smart home on Sunset Boulevard marries classic Spanish-style and contemporary designs throughout. The house’s security, climate control, and surround sound systems can all be controlled digitally. Its four en suite bedrooms each have a balcony or large windows that let in plenty of sunlight, and the master suite features its own private balcony, along with two walk-in closets. Outside, a cabana lounge with a private bath and show overlooks the pool.
Hearing smart home makes many buyers think of sleek, modern architecture, but that isn’t always the case. This eight-bedroom, William Hefner-designed home borrows 1920s style, giving it a classic look. An interior courtyard provides light to the first and second floor rooms, while sliding and pocket doors help indoor and outdoor space flow seamlessly. Features like an elevator, generator, and Lutron home automation system add modern conveniences to the home.