This stylish residence in Beverly Hills is a restrained interpretation of classical French architecture, with tan handmade brick, limestone moldings and a steep roofline that evokes French manor houses and U.S. domestic architecture of the 1910s and 1920s. With an overscale limestone entry, the house is organized around a center hall plan and two-story stair hall. Formal and family rooms open to each other for ease of entertaining. Interiors are classical, with contemporary furnishings and finishes suited to this young family.


Interior Design by Dory Novian
Landscape Design by Leyva & Wilde