Architectural home developer Jason Lev, co-creator of the trendy Los Angeles celebrity nightclub Tenants of the Trees, has just completed a naturally elegant living environment on a cul-de-sac high in the winding canyon streets of Beverly Crest. The property at 9621 Arby Drive (in the prestigious 90210 area code) has been listed by Brian Courville and J.B. Fung of John Aaroe Group at $7,395,000.
Realized by award-winning LA architectural firm SPACE International with landscape design by Kathleen Ferguson, the residential project is a reflection of Lev’s unique approach to design. The existing modern house has been transformed by a sweeping addition and renovation, highlighted by an elevated clerestory roof that frames expansive views of the canyon beyond. A new guest wing and extended wood terrace surround a pool to create a courtyard effect.
Luxurious natural materials set the tone inside and out. In the living room, wide plank flooring is highlighted by sumptuous white oak. The custom milled interior paneling and cabinetry is crafted of exquisitely grained Machiche wood, as are the exterior fencing, decking, and siding. Dark hematite and soft grey honed basaltina stone highlight the entry and the living room fireplace. Tile treatments include Pico Italian porcelain, Bisazza wall mosaics, and Anne Sacks pool tile.
Kitchen and bath cabinets are by Boffi. The Miele kitchen features a wine refrigerator and built-in espresso machine, while the master bath is highlighted by a freestanding Agape Spoon tub. The fully automated Control4 smart home combines the refined ambience with modern technical amenities.
Source: Aaroe Group