House of the Week: An artsy architectural in Brentwood

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Irish architect Lorcan O’Herlihy, son of Oscar-nominated actor Dan O’Herlihy, has a knack for mixing artwork and structure in his works throughout Southern California, and this contemporary spot in Brentwood isn’t any completely different. Tucked amongst bushes, the modern residence receives loads of solar from partitions of glass and skylights. A pivoting glass door on the coronary heart of the house opens outdoors, the place a lush courtyard provides a kitchen and fireside.

The small print

Location: 279 S. Westgate Ave., Los Angeles, 90049

Asking value: $4.25 million

Yr constructed: 2016

Residing space: 3,485 sq. ft with three bedrooms and 4 loos on a 9,400-square-foot lot

Options: Landscaped frontyard; front room with built-ins; customized hearth; stainless-steel kitchen; chandelier-topped eating space; glass hall resulting in bedrooms; major suite with sitting room and kitchenette; wooden courtyard with hearth; cabana with sales space seating; grassy yard

Concerning the space: Within the 90049 ZIP Code, based mostly on 25 gross sales, the median value for single-family properties in November was $3.114 million, up 22.1% 12 months over 12 months, in accordance with CoreLogic.

Brokers: Richard Stearns, Compass Brentwood, (310) 850-9284, and Bret Parsons, Compass Beverly Hills, (310) 497-5832

To submit a candidate for House of the Week, ship high-resolution coloration photographs by way of Dropbox.com, permission from the photographer to publish the photographs and an outline of the home to jack.flemming@latimes.com.

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