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. 
526 Bellagio Terrace, Bel Air 90049, Matlin and Dvoretzky, Architects, 1967
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.
The zen-like entrance to the home has many architectural features including wood slatted shade screen and carved wooden entry doors.  The textures of the entry are wonderful combining many natural resources.
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. 
This bathroom is such a kick.  The sunken tub with atrium cut-out is wild!  Great potential for this relatively untouched home with loads of late Sixties integrity.  Grab the bubbles!
The back yard has a large pool and mature landscaping. 
Beautiful views of the Ocean and the John Paul Getty museum.
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.

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