This single-owner Bel Air home, offered for the first time since originally built in the 1960s, sits on a promontory high above the city, with extraordinary views of Los Angeles and the coastline from many rooms.
Accessed through the Bel Air West gate and perched at the very end of a cul-de-sac is a phenomenal development opportunity rarely offered in Los Angeles. The home could potentially be restored to its original contemporary style, or replaced with an amazing dream estate.
The 4,000-plus-square-foot-plus, one-story house was built in the architectural style of its time, with few changes made over the intervening years by the owner/builder/occupant.
Amazing views abound from virtually most rooms, including the living and family rooms, large kitchen, breakfast room, and guest quarters above the garage. The views extend to the ocean, coastline, city, and a portion of the Bel Air Country Club golf course. Vaulted ceilings and large windows give the home a spacious ambience.
Mature landscaping assures owner privacy, as does the end-of-cul-de-sac location. The full-sized swimming pool is a refreshing retreat, offering spectacular views of its own. Ample parking is provided in the garage and large motor court.
Su-Z has built her reputation by providing exemplary service while consistently maintaining a high level of production. She assists buyers and sellers across the Westside in a wide range of transactions, from trust sales, relocation, to the sale of REO properties and luxurious estates. Her sophisticated business acumen has resulted in an extensive clientele including many CEOs, attorneys, business managers, bank executives and celebrities.
In the community, Su-Z is an active supporter of many local organizations, including Providence St. John’s Health Center, where she has participated on the board of directors. She currently is on the board of directors of the Irene Dunne Guild, a major support organization of the Health Center.
To learn more about this home and take a private tour, get in touch with Su-Z Schneider today.
Listing photos by Mike Zent Photography