Ray Kappe-Designed Redwood & Glass Home in Beverly Hills Reduced to $20M
$19,950,000 | Built 2017 | 8,060 Sq. Ft. | 6 Beds | 8.5 Baths | 0.65 Acres
1160 San Ysidro Drive, Beverly Hills, California, United States, 90210
A striking home set behind gates and elevated high above prime lower San Ysidro Drive in Beverly Hills has been reduced to $20 million. The 8,060 square foot residence was designed by architect Ray Kappe and built over a period of 6 years, finishing in 2017. The 0.65 acre property hit the market in June 2018 for $23.8 million. The stunning two-storey masterpiece plus basement features Kappe’s quintessential use of poured in place concrete, glass, teak and redwood. Perfect for entertaining, the main house includes dramatic open spaces with a sunken living room, dining room, Bulthaup kitchen, family room and office. There are 6 bedrooms and 8.5 bathrooms as well as a screening room, gym and wine cellar. A full one-bedroom guest house with kitchenette provides further accommodation. The 0.65 acre property includes a swimmer’s pool, pool house, large lawns, expansive patios and viewing decks overlooking the city, canyons and ocean. It’s on the market for $20 million with Lillian Ghassemieh of Douglas Elliman.