Los Angeles is home to some of the most stunning, architecturally forward homes in the country, and the property we’re looking at today is no exception.
Located at 4746 Louise Avenue in the sought-after Encino neighborhood in Los Angeles, this 2018-built home is a perfect example of modern architecture mixed with classic elegance.
Boasting 6,000 square feet of living space, the five-bedroom, six-bathroom farm-style home features a plethora of amenities, both inside and outside the house. You’re welcomed by a grand entryway with unique water features, a floating walkway and vaulted ceilings.
Then, you’re led into a gourmet kitchen with state-of-the-art Thermador appliances, Calcutta Marble tops, and an oversized island, perfect for entertaining guests before dinner.
You’ll also find a recreation/billiards room, a wet bar and kitchenette, a walk-in wine room, a home gym, a fabulous home theater, and a guest room for when family or friends come to visit.
Additionally, there’s also a huge walk-in closet and dressing room, masterfully designed bathrooms, and stunning fireplaces both in the living room, the master bedroom, and the outdoor lounging area.
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The list of amenities doesn’t end as you exit the house; the outdoor space offers even more lounging and relaxing areas, including a basketball court, a putting green, and a backyard with a resort-style swim-up bar in the grand pool. There’s also a sanctuary seating area with serene ‘lake’ views, an oversized steam shower, and an 18K gold applique fireplace.
This fabulous Encino home also comes equipped with the latest safety and security features, and incorporates a smart home automation system and security cameras throughout.
If the property at 4746 Louise Avenue sounds like your dream home, be sure to reach out to Maya Librush of The Agency, the broker in charge of the $3,985,000 listing. Get a virtual tour of the house by watching the video below:
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