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266 Quadro Vecchio Drive, Pacific Palisades, CA 90272
4 Bedrooms | 7 Bathrooms
5,950 Sq Ft | 0.21 Acre Lt Sz
Perched above Pacific Palisades and the Pacific Ocean sits this architectural masterpiece. Designed by famous and award winning architect, the late Stephen Kanner, this home showcases an optimistic take on both modernism and sustainability; punctuating the idealistic panoramic views of the Queen’s Necklace, the whitewater coastline, cityscape, and unspoiled mountain terrain.
As one approaches, the intrigue begins. Upon entering through the custom-crafted teak front doors carved in Thailand, a sense of safety and balance impart a feeling that home has arrived. The textures and materials throughout this property were carefully chosen, and no expense was spared. An abundance of natural light fills the entry level, which consists of an en-suite bedroom, sunken living room, 3-car garage, gym and a lavish home theater equipped with a state-of-the-art Steinway-Lyndorf acoustic surround sound system.
The showpiece staircase foyer invites you to ascend to the upper level which offers the kitchen, dining and family rooms, along with two additional en-suite bedrooms and a dedicated master wing. Design and excellence is not restrained to the interior walls, as the outdoor living spaces offer as much style, comfort and perhaps the most striking views in the area. In fact, the views were the very reason the owner commissioned this private personal compound – all of which could be enjoyed from a beautiful mosaic Ozone lap pool and/or spa.
The customized, retractable walls-of-glass and sliding doors are just one of the wow-factors, while others include: a sleek, yet practical kitchen – boasting both Gaggenau and Miele appliances as well as custom cabinets and countertops by Bulthaup, Control4, Lutron lighting, home security system complete with keyless entry and video surveillance, a sunpower solar system (5000 KW), hot water solar, four fireplaces, twelve individual zones for heating and cooling, central vaccum, and a full home water filtration system throughout.
Lastly, most of the furnishings were custom designed for the home and could be negotiated with the purchase of the real property.