A most striking mid-century architectural trophy home by Rex Lotery (1965). This was originally a Trousdale Estates model home #1. Located in Beverly Hills on one of the area’s most desirable streets and built of redwood, glass, and stone, this modernist pavilion is a hard to find two-story property in Trousdale. Situated high on a ridge overlooking Coldwater Canyon, its interiors are bright, open, and seamlessly flow from one space to the next. This home exudes an atmosphere of warmth and tranquility, and offers a precious sense of quiet and privacy. There are 3 bedrooms plus staff quarters, three full baths and two powder rooms, a formal double-height entry hall, a step-down sunken living room with two-story ceiling height and wet bar with refrigerator, a library/office with its own private patio, a sunken family room with fireplace, a formal dining room, an eat-in kitchen, and a dedicated laundry room, among other features. Exterior elements include a gated, secured and landscaped motor court, enclosed garage, interior courtyard with fountain, a generously-sized heated pool, built-in outdoor furnishings, a fire pit, and covered areas that allow for gracious entertaining. The privacy is complete from all sides, fully fenced, surrounded by mature trees and the exterior lighting accentuates the mood of the evening. This home is a meticulous renovation with additions by noted Los Angeles architect Stephen Shortridge and landscape design by Jay Griffith. Must have 24-hour minimum notice to show to qualified prospects.