Noah Walker’s latest creation sells for $ 35 million

Trousdale Estates saw some massive sales in 2019. In March, Harry Morton paid $ 25.5 million for Elvis Presley’s former home in the exclusive Beverly Hills neighborhood, and Uber co-founder Garrett Camp threw $ 71 million into a newly built mansion Built there a few months later.

The elegant enclave ended the year strongly with this architectural showcase designed by Noah Walker, which sold for $ 35 million in the last days of December.

With an area of ​​more than 20,000 square feet, the impressive hillside house first hit the market in the summer asking for $ 46 million. It extends over an acre with large panoramic decks and massive living spaces marked by industrial shades of gray and natural wood finishes.

Retractable glass walls overlooking the city and the canyon across the three-story plane. In addition to seven bedrooms and nine bathrooms, there is a living room, an open concept living and dining room and a large double island kitchen with a cellar. Amenities include a movie theater, elevator, gym, wellness center, office and billiard room with a large wet bar.

The views continue upstairs, where both the master bedroom and the bathroom open onto a private wraparound deck. It overlooks the courtyard of an artist below, with rooms, dining rooms, grass, fire pit and infinity pool. A 2,000-square-foot rooftop terrace crowns the contemporary house.

Sally Forster Jones and Tomer Fridman of Compass had the list. Olga Laron of Engel & Volkers Santa Monica represented the buyer.

In November, another modern showcase designed by Noah Walker sold for $ 22.5 million at Beverly Crest. It was owned by a limited liability company linked to Chinese filmmaker and businessman James Wang.

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