So, that cantilevered, Barbara Bestor-designed house in Mt. Washington is no longer on the market--according to Redfin, it closed last month at its asking price of $849,000--however, we've just gotten wind of another Bestor property up for grabs (in a pocket listing). Located on a double-sized lot atop the steepest street in Los Angeles, Baxter, the 7,200 square foot residence commanded Silver Lake's steepest sales price, $3.35 million, when it last changed hands in July of 2007. Featuring six bedrooms, seven baths, walls of glass, walnut floors, built-ins, three fireplaces, library, gym, office, pool/spa, a children's playhouse, and views of the reservoir and downtown skyline, it can now be yours for $3.25 million.
· Barbara Bestor's Cantilevered First House in Mt. Washington [Curbed LA]
· Barbara Bestor Silver Lake Architectural [Official Site]