A dramatic and bold residential sculpture designed and crafted by renowned California architect Harold Levitt—who created homes for luminaries such as Steven Spielberg, Lionel Ritchie, Dean Martin, and Hal Wallis—glories in one of the most coveted locations in all of Beverly Hills. Moments from the legendary Beverly Hills Hotel and famed Rodeo Drive, the estate resonates with resplendence. Commanding a protected knoll of more than one-half acre, it boasts panoramic views of the dreamy Beverly Hills landscape and downtown Los Angeles skyline. Most importantly, the architectural integrity of Levitt’s design has been preserved, and remains pure and powerful. Soaring ceilings, walls of floor-to-ceiling glass, horizontal rough-hewn beams, and intricate mosaic stone pillars blend in perfect harmony with the gentle landscape. A luxurious master suite encompasses the entire second floor with double bath suites, office, and ample closets. There are two additional bedrooms and adjoining playroom, a magnificent living room with marble fireplace, a stunning family room with bar and chevron-pattern hardwood floors, an elegant formal dining room, original St. Charles kitchen, and staff wing. Shaded outdoor spaces take in the stunning gardens, a swimmer’s pool, and spa.