$56 Million For Bel-Air Home Inspired By Airplane Propeller

A Bel-Air Home Modeled After an Airplane Propeller

It is a bird… it is a plane… it is home modeled after a three blade airplane propeller! When designing an ultramodern house at 11490 Orum Road in Bel Air, a Thai creator and LA architecture made 3 distinct wings which resemble a propeller from the turboprop plane. The one of a type a design footprint was made to take benefit of panoramic views of the canyons with downtown skyline. 

Sheathed in 3 sorts of glass (translucent, mirror, and clear) perched atop a dual-gated promontory, the almost 18,800 square foot re-shape features as a living work of art. 9 bedrooms, ten full baths, and 5 of baths anchor the open idea, glass-walled adobe. 

Travertine, Limestone, and quartzite are applied throughout to provide the house an elegant, refined look that’s accentuated with rift-swan amazing white oak paneling, white floors with oak, and a trio of fireplaces. Floor to ceiling house walls of the glass as well as sliding doors that open to patios and decks provide a seamless transition among indoors/outdoors. 

The kitchen is outfitted with a butler’s pantry and equipment from Sub-Zero, MIELE, and Wolf, while formal, stone wrapped dining room opens to a poolside deck overlooking the town. Providing sweeping town views from each side, the outside entertainment place includes a summer kitchen, alfresco dining table, 2 fire pits, and a LED-lit spa and swimming pool. 

The luxury haute home is presently on the market for $56 Million US Dollar. Real estate agents Aaron Kirman, Taylor Nakaki and Louis Evans of Aaron Kirman collaborators at Compass hold the listing. If the amazing propeller-shaped home leaves you longing to fly, take to the skies in the Cirrus Vision Jet or the Honda jet Elite. 


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