$22.5 Million is Enough
to Live Like a Celebrity
If you've ever wanted to live in a museum of modern art, vacating a luxury home on Viewmont Drive in Los Angeles in 1622 is probably the right choice. Designed by Michael Mueller (whose clients include Nicole Kidman and Sharon Stone), this stunning home is perched over the Hollywood hills and offers stunning views of the city center, the Pacific Ocean, and even the Santa Monica Mountains. A look is worthy of celebrities.
The two-story house combines Hollywood Regency architecture with modern design and offers extensive floor plans to get each space into the next. For floor-to-ceiling windows, the angular residence is full of unique touches, such as iron spiral staircases, black stone facades, and sliding doors in the Fleetwood pocket.
While each of the five bedrooms is equipped with its own wardrobe, the main apartment is definitely excellent. It boasts a blackboard fireplace, its own Mueller Design chandelier, a two-story wardrobe with a spiral staircase, oaks with hand-scratched oak, its own three-sided dress mirror (also by Mueller Design) and hand-rolled newspaper wall coverings. Which master suite is, of course, complete without a stunning bathroom? This has a soaking tub, heated floors, Holly Hunt wall tiles, Mueller Design's own double vanities, and Italian blue quartz showers with Caesarstone floors.
Suffice it to say, the rest of the house is just as impressive. The media room includes a Mueller Design sectional sofa, a custom chandelier with LEDs, Minotti coffee tables, a black and white lacquered wood bar with a leather insert, and a blackboard fireplace. It even has an attached laundry room with Jeffrey Stevens wall coverings, white porcelain floors, and a Scandinavian chandelier.
Other excellent features include a chef's kitchen with Miele appliances and Caesarstone counters, a fireplace with a living room on both sides, a fitness studio, a library, and a garage with a window for three cars. Outside you will find saltwater, an infinity belly pool, a hot tub, and a fresco dining room. There is also a spiral staircase leading to the Sky Lounge roof wall with a glass-framed terrace, a private bar, Spanish tiles, and Mueller Design lighting.