Modern Beverly Hills compound "Oak Pass House" asks $32M
An internationally renowned hillside Beverly Hills compound featuring a glass-walled modern house and guest house designed by AIA Award-winning architect Noah Walker has just hit the market this week. Known as Oak Pass House, the property was designed for a concert violinist who wanted a quiet place to host private classical-music performances.
The 8,000 sq. ft main house features an "upside down" design with the main living spaces located above and all six bedrooms below. The main house is sculpted into the hillside surrounded by over 130 majestic, live oak trees and offers panoramic canyon views appear from nearly every window and angle. Further up the canopied driveway, the separate guest house features two en suite bedrooms, a chef’s kitchen and was thoughtfully designed for live concerts and entertaining.
From the listing description:
The Oak Pass Main house uses an "Upside Down" program, with public spaces above the bedrooms, which are buried into the hill and beneath a green roof of edible herbs. This relatively large house at 8,000 square feet appears much smaller and carefully integrated into the surrounding landscape, which includes over one hundred and thirty Coast Live Oaks. A seventy five foot swimming pool, with infinity edges on three of four sides, bisects the house and slips below one of the largest Oaks on the property.
Although the buildings’ architecture rely on angular, clean lines that can often read as cold and clinical, the mix of materials throughout—including walnut, marble, and polished concrete finishings—echoes the wooded landscape outside and provides organic warmth to the living spaces inside.
Located in the world-renowned 90210 zip code, the property is listed at $32,000,000 by Tomer Fridman, Michael Chen and Adam Rosenfeld of Compass.