The modern six-bedroom, eight-bath, three-bathroom estate was built in 2014 by architect Mark Rios, who brought in AD in 2017. Accordingly, the structure offers numerous modern amenities along with the timeless charm of mountain and ocean views. “The library, in particular, was made after a room in Kyoto, with heavy, dark wood. And the spa resembles old ryokans I visited in Japan,” Rios said at the time.

Located below the pool, this decadent Japanese-style spa comes complete with a wooden tub, sauna, massage tables and convenient changing rooms. R&R can also be accessed in the primary suite, which features a spacious glass-enclosed balcony and an en-suite bathroom with a deep soaking tub and glass-enclosed shower that overlooks the mountains. From the inside of the gated motor track, the front of the sleek house looks like three simple white and gray cubes, and that same expressive simplicity continues in the interior. Floor-to-ceiling windows are used not only to showcase the home’s breathtaking hillside views, but also to frame the wooded areas around the other side of the structure.

Other amenities include a gym, spacious walk-in closets, a wine room, an elevator, a club room, and even a rooftop terrace that can be used for movie screenings. You can enjoy the outdoor space while sitting around a fire pit, from the 60 foot infinity pool or from the cabana’s outdoor kitchen, bar and dining area. Hilton & Hylands Jonah Wilson keeps the offer.


Story Courtesy of Architectural Digest

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