Beverly Hills, CA
5,915 sq. ft.
The previous owner of this one-story 60’s ranch house ill-advisedly installed Mexican pavers throughout, along with a plethora of randomly-placed skylights. The entry took one directly into the vast and unpleasant dining room. The kitchen was dark and isolated. Though no square footage was added to the house, all of it was reworked. The tile floors were covered with a cement compound and polished. New cherry fins and shelving divided the entry from the dining without obscuring the spectacular views beyond. The kitchen was redesigned with cherry cabinetry and opened to the rest of the house with custom wood and glass doors. The balance of the house was cosmetically upgraded as well.
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