A Contemporary Pacific Palisades Rustic Farmhouse

Joyce Rey

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This multi-level new construction Pacific Palisades residence combines classic detailing and quality finishes with an open, contemporary floor plan that invites gatherings large and small. Extraordinary indoor and outdoor living spaces are set among approximately 1.8 acres of mature cyprus, palms, oaks, and other landscaping. Rustic exterior finishes of brick, stone, and wood give way to gorgeous, refined interior treatments, such as vintage tin and hand-coffered wood ceilings, floor-to-ceiling windows and disappearing doors, and premium limestone and hardwood flooring. From the grand entry, at the second level, the home opens to reveal lush views over the pool and gardens.

There are two full kitchens with Cosentino countertops and professional-grade Thermador appliances. Additional spaces include a humidor, a grand bar with suede bar lining, a home office/library with walnut walls and shelving, and a screening room with EcoDomo vintage leather paneling. Four bedrooms on the upper floor include an enormous and truly luxurious master suite with a lavish bath and a private view deck with a fire feature. Just steps away from hiking trails, this private and verdant setting includes a 40-foot hanging garden, a detached home office/guest house with a private driveway and entry, a 20-foot custom-made exterior dining table, and a hand-laid Island Stone pebbled pool and spa. In addition to the three-car garage and large motor court with ample guest parking, there is a second driveway with access for overflow parking and maintenance. A magnificent achievement in an irresistible setting.

Address: 1105 Rivas Canyon Rd., Pacific Palisades, CA 90272

Price: $19,500,000 or $68,000 per month

For more information, please contact Joyce Rey at 310-291-6646 or [email protected]

Joyce Rey is the exclusive agent representing the Beverly Hills, California real estate market as a member of the Haute Residence Real Estate Network. View all of her listings here.

Photos courtesy of Joyce Rey

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