Sunset Plaza Mansion by David Lawrence Gray Architects
By Magaly • Apr 27, 2013
The interior combines concrete, steel, wood, and glass to create a sophisticated environment while remaining hip.
This mansion can be rented all year round, with prices starting at $3,500 per night.
Sunset Plaza Mansion in Los Angeles, California:
“This striking, one-of-a-kind home is one of the most unique villas in Los Angeles. Designed by David Lawrence Gray, AIA, Sunset Plaza Mansion sits on a privately gated half-acre promontory overlooking the Hollywood Hills. Part contemporary palace, part concrete fortress, this fantasy villa is unlike anything else in our inventory.
Spend the daylight hours lounging beside or in the private outdoor swimming pool, while at night invite friends over to soak in the 12-person Hollywood-view spa. The estate also includes such amenities as a billiards table, koi pond, motor court, gym, and a large screening room with a full-sized bar. Its state of the art security system provides peace of mind.
Inside the elements of steel, glass and concrete have been masterfully incorporated throughout the mansion. Floor-to-ceiling windows provide panoramic views of downtown and the ocean, while the professional stainless steel kitchen designed by the Porsche Design Group, is so sleek you’ll feel as if a celebrity chef could turn up at any minute.
With five bedrooms in the main villa, and two more in the detached gate house (which also has its own living room), this mansion will accommodate up to 14 guests. The lavish master suite with rare wood detailing includes an opulent dual master bathroom.
This mansion is conveniently located less than five miles to the Sunset Strip, known for its hot nightlife scene, comedy clubs and must-visit restaurants like Boa and Katana. You can check out Hollywood attractions such as the Walk of Fame, Universal Studios and Grauman’s Chinese Theatre, which are all less than 10 miles away.”
Photos courtesy of Luxury Retreats
Sunset Plaza Mansion by David Lawrence Gray Architects was published on HomeDSGN on Apr 27, 2013.
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