Spectacular, restored Mid-Century Modern in Beverly Hills

Featured in Taschen’s Modernism Rediscovered, the Rowan Residence designed by Robert Skinner is nestled in guard-gated Hidden Valley Estates.

Built in 1961, the home was purchased by the current owners in 2012 and masterfully restored and updated by architect John Bertram in collaboration with Sarah Shetter Interior Designer and Elysian Landscapes.

Located in the Beverly Hills 90210 zip-code, this timeless classic, which was originally photographed in 1964 by Julius Shulman and featured in Taschen’s Modernism Rediscovered, cementing its architectural significance.

In harmony with the original design, the restoration incorporates Douglas fir furniture-grade custom cabinetry, terrazzo flooring, Calacatta Gold and salt marble countertops, LSI museum-quality lighting, redwood tongue and groove interior and exterior siding, and a chef’s kitchen with top-of-the-line appliances.

The lush backyard is visible through walls of glass, creating the ideal setting for indoor/outdoor living and entertaining.

The gardens, pool, and landscaping, designed by Judy Kameon of Elysian Landscapes, complete a relaxing and serene atmosphere.

9557 Lime Orchard Road, Beverly Hills is listed at $10,000,000 by Tori Barnao, Gersh Gershunoff and Aaron Kirman of Aaron Kirman Group at Compass.

 

 

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