Architect Noah Walker’s CarlaHouse Hits Market for $46 Million
There are few better addresses in Los Angeles than in Beverly Hills, especially in Trousdale Estates neighborhood, and one of its most expensive listings from architect Noah Walker just hit the market.
The only three-story home in Trousdale Estates, a neighborhood at the foothills of the Santa Monica mountains, which is why this home, CarlaHouse is even more sought-after. On the market for $46 million, the home is set quietly on a hill at Carla Ridge surrounded by 1.2 acres (the largest lot in the area). Architect Noah Walker of Walker Workshop designed the home, and he is known for his modern-style homes throughout Los Angeles. This house is also a modern marvel.
The house has a minimalistic and modern aesthetic, with light-wood ceilings and a giant staircase alongside a glass railing and exposed concrete walls. Its interior resembles that of an art museum, with meticulously placed in-ground lighting and a grand, airy space. While fine art decks the walls, the inadvertent shadows created by the interior architecture create a serene and interesting vibe throughout the home. Each three levels are completely private. Outside, these are connected via dimly lit stone steps and lush foliage at every turn.
There is a large chef’s kitchen that opens to an 84-ft infinity lap pool surrounded by a 2,000-sq-ft indoor-outdoor deck. Views over the city encapsulate all of Los Angeles and the mountains. In addition, there is a movie theatre, spa facilities and plenty of space to entertain, or host a private yoga class. Keep the doors to the main living space completely open while you enjoy the cool California breeze. There are also separate wings on each side of the house allowing complete privacy in your sleeping quarters.
CarlaHouse is part of the Viewpoint Collection portfolio that features luxury residences in Los Angeles.
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Written by Emma Reynolds