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This striking Mid-Century architectural trophy by Rex Lotery (1965) was originally a Trousdale Estates model home. Located in Beverly Hills on one of this exclusive enclave’s most desirable streets and built of redwood, glass, and stone, this modernist pavilion is a rare two-story property in Trousdale. Situated high on a ridge, its interiors are bright, open, and seamlessly flow from one space to the next. This home exudes an atmosphere of warmth and tranquility, and offers a precious sense of quiet and privacy. The home has four bedrooms, three full baths and two powder rooms, a formal double-height entry hall, a step-down sunken living room with two-story ceiling height and wet bar with refrigerator, a library/office with its own private patio, a sunken family room with fireplace, a formal dining room, an eat-in kitchen, and a dedicated laundry room, among other features. Exterior elements include a gated, secured and landscaped motor-court, enclosed garage, interior courtyard with fountain, a generously-sized heated pool, built-in outdoor furnishings, a fire pit, and covered areas that allow for gracious entertaining. The property is fully fenced and surrounded by mature trees. Secluded behind greenery, it has a discreet presence on the street. Features extensive exterior lighting. Meticulous renovation and additions by noted Los Angeles architect Stephen Shortridge, and landscape design by Jay Griffith.