James Bond would feel right at home in the hilltop estate offered at $13.95 million by Tony Broccoli, whose father produced most of the motion pictures about the fictional British spy.
The 6,800-square-foot villa features European-inspired architecture, has five bedrooms and six and a half baths, and is sited on a double lot overlooking the Sunset Strip. It is at the end of a “celebrity cul-de-sac” where past neighbors include Britney Spears, Brittany Murphy, and Ryan Phillippe.
Two high-profile teams from our offices joined forces to represent the hilltop estate with ocean and city views available from nearly every room at 1892 Rising Glen Road.
As Luxury Properties Directors, Canter and St. James are known for their enterprise in representing homes of distinction and architectural significance on the Sunset Strip, as well as in the West Hollywood and Beverly Hills areas. Salazar and Kamrany have built an outstanding reputation by marketing the homes of some of the most affluent residents of Los Angeles.
Located in one of the most prestigious locations above Sunset Plaza, this Estate is perched at the end of Rising Glen with elite privacy, stunning terraces, and nothing between you, the jetliner views, and the feeling of owning the city. Private and secluded it allows for endless entertaining with its European-inspired architecture, expansive formal entertaining, terraces, and sun room — all gleaming with sunlight and panoramas. Retreat to the private master’s wing with a master suite with dual walk-in designer closets and two bathrooms. Host your friends or relatives in a terraced guest suite with sitting room, master suite, and private entrance. Play tennis in the tournament tennis court while people watch from the gazebo, use the sauna, or splash in the cobalt blue mosaic pool. There’s also a separate building with large room, kitchen, and bathroom for security detail, not-so-close relatives, or you could transform it into a screening room.
The Broccolis employed Smith & Firestone Associates, one of the nation’s premier interior-design teams, to perform an extensive remodel of the property, which was featured in Luxe Interiors + Design Magazine.
Tony Broccoli’s late father, film producer Albert R. “Cubby” Broccoli, founded Eon Productions in London in 1961 with producer Harry Saltzman. Broccoli had long been interested in novelist Ian Fleming’s spy series about Bond, or Agent 007. Soon after acquiring the movie rights, Broccoli and Saltzman produced “Dr. No,” the first film in the series. Eon Productions remains a family-run business.
For additional information on the residence, visit www.1892risingglenroad.com, or contact Markus Canter at 310.704.4248, Cristie St. James at 310.291.1029, George Salazar at 310.400.6756, or Dennis Kamrany at 310.699.7010.