Beverly Hills Upside Down House Comes to Market for $32 Million
June 30, 2019 - Beverly Hills
A Beverly Hills home, called the Upside Down House because the living spaces are on the top floor and the bedrooms are located on a lower floor that is built into a hillside, is set to be listed for $32 million.
Owned by James Wang, co-founder of Huayi Brothers Media, the 8,000-square-foot house was built in 2015 and sits on a 3.5-acre property with 100 protected oak trees.
The contemporary home was designed by Noah Walker, an architect known for an aesthetic that’s both warm and minimalist.
The property on Oak Pass Road also includes a 2,400 square-foot guesthouse with two bedrooms, and a 75-foot infinity pool.
The listing agents, Tomer Fridman, Adam Rosenfeld and Michael Chen of Compass, said the home was designed to blend into the landscape and features lots of walnut and natural stone.
While many of the homes in the area are designed to take up a large portion of the lot, they said this home is more modest in size.
The agents said their client is selling the property because he is building a new home in the Bel-Air area.
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