A view home envisioned by International architect Joe Addo, this ethereal 5-bedroom 6 ½ bath home with guest house is situated on a quiet cul de sac nearly 1400 feet above sea level. It offers a view that sweeps from Malibu and the Pacific Ocean, across glittering downtown Los Angeles, over the San Gabriel Mountains, to the Los Angeles Harbor and beyond.
Main Floor – On the main floor, an intimate living room with glass fireplace and unique dry aquarium is the ideal receiving area. An elegant dining room has an art gallery featuring full size Masai Warriors, opposing a portal to the incredible view. Sliding doors can be closed to separate the sitting area
Spa Level – On the spa level you can work out on top-of-the-line Vectra equipment, then unwind with a heavenly massage. A motorized overhead aluminum and glass door lets the ocean breezes in—and swimmers out…to the solar-heated lap pool and spa.
Relax in the Recreation room with wet bar, granite countertops and easy access to the temperature controlled wine closet that accommodates over 500 bottles. Two bedroom suites take full advantage of the views, with glass doors leading out onto the pool deck. Just below is a detached guesthouse with bedroom, kitchen and a Palope “iron wood” deck.
Master Suite – A three-story elevator leads to the grand master suite with custom built-in headboard and nightstand surrounding a Linea bed. Double French doors open onto the incredible view. The lush master bath has emerald colored marble and slate tile, double sized Jacuzzi, and glass-walled shower.
Nearly every room in this exquisite home takes advantage of the arresting view, but the best spot to appreciate the full range is a glass-walled “cockpit” in the master suite. A wet bar with granite countertops and under counter Subzero refrigerator offer room service. And on rare days when the view is covered with cumulous clouds, you’ll feel like you’re traveling first class, bound for some exotic locale. But the best part is: you’re home—at 3807 Crest Road, an architectural marvel built for living life at its peak.