|526 Bellagio Terrace, Bel Air 90049, Matlin and Dvoretzky, Architects, 1967|
Friday, November 23, 2012
Untouched Bel Air 1967 Matlin and Dvoretzky AIA
526 Bellagio Terrace located high in Bel Air with majestic views of the Pacific Ocean and the Richard Meier-designed Getty Museum was designed in 1967 by the duo Nisan Yale Matlin, AIA (1956) and Eugene Nathan Dvoretzky, AIA (1959), who were co-founders of Matlin and Dvoretzky Architects in 1959.
The 1967 Matlin and Dvoretzky, AIA design is perched on .27 acres of land on the private Bellagio Terrace with cul-de-sac is a great home for a family or architectural enthusiast. The 4 bedroom and 4 bathroom spacious mid-century modern, post and beam architecture with 3,717 square feet of living space is listed for $3,850,000.
Soaring ceilings in the living and dining room that open to the swimming pool are elevated with clerestory windows atop. A cozy fireplace with brick surrounds and convenient wet bar allow this room with walls of glass, feel expansive. The exposed post and beam with solid redwood boasts a very handsome home.
The spacious and open kitchen is complemented a with large eating area / family room with fireplace. Walls of glass sliders along with sky lights add plenty of natural light into this mid-century modern home. The kitchen could use an updating.
There are large and comfortable bedrooms in this 4 bedroom home with original finishes.
The back yard has a large pool and mature landscaping.
Priced at $1,036 / Sq. Ft., this 1967 Matlin and Dvoretzky design with an attached two-car garage should be seen! Dvoretzky is still practicing with firm, DBB Architects, Santa Monica, but unfortunately, Matlin passed, May 2012.
MLS Listing 12-637099 provided courtesy of John Williams, CB-BH, Nrth.
Labels: 526_Bellagio_Terrace, AIA, Bel_Air, Eugene_Dvoretzky, Mid_Century_Modern_Architecture_for_sale, Nisan_Matlin, Post_and_Beam, Sixties, Sunken_Bathtub, Wood_Shade_Screen