This Home Is The Pinnacle Of Modern Design

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Modern luxury homes in California often evoke a certain image in one’s mind, and the property situated at 1360 Summitridge Pl Beverly Hills, CA 90210 is no exception. Sitting on an unusually large 2.8 acre promontory, this home was designed in 2013 by Marmol Radziner and is a perfect example of when a house becomes a true work of art.

The design features the long lines and sharp angles that you would associate with modern California style, as well as the large glass windows and open spaces that blend the inside with the outside so well. But the home also utilizes many interesting materials in its construction, and throughout the property you’ll be amazed by the little touches that you notice.

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The entire interior of the home is designed so that each room feels intimate, but that it flows seamlessly into the next – and to the loggias and outside areas, as well. The pool is a large saltwater infinity design that offers wonderful views of the city while you swim, and the entire exterior of the compound has stunning vistas and landscaping that evokes the California ‘vibe’ while featuring drought tolerant plants.

The upper floor of the home is taken up entirely by the massive master suite, and is surrounded by rooftop gardens and views that run all the way to the ocean. Inside, there are more bedroom suites, a library, a media room, an office, and a private guest quarters. The design lets you get the most from the home – if you want privacy, you have it. If you want to entertain, you have plenty of room to do that as well.

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Rounding out the amenities are full Savant automation, a security system, a solar power system, and a three car garage. And there is room for numerous property enhancements as well, letting you take further control of how you enjoy the home. This is a true masterpiece of modern design, and a property that deserves anyone’s attention.


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