Lloyd Wright was the famous architect company that was behind the masterpiece that is the Newman Residence. Located in the luxurious Pacific Palisades, in California, this amazing mansion it’s now for sale for the total of 13.5$ million. Today, Los Angeles Homes presents you the amazing features of the Newman Residence, that once Diane Keaton and Alfred Newman’s home.
Lloyd Wright, Frank Lloyd Wright’s son was the artist behind the creation of this amazing mansion, the Newman Residence. This over 4000-square-foot property was originally built for the famous Oscar-winning composer Alfred Newman. It was on 2007, that Diane Keaton acquired this house for a period of three years, until she sold it for 10.75$ million.
This Lloyd Wright‘s amazing Mid-Century style mansion, with a modern twist, features four bathrooms and five bedrooms. The concept of the Newman Residence combines all the exquisite Mid-Century personality with modern details, that resulted from Diane Keaton’s renovations.
Lloyd Wright‘s Newman Residence went through some changes while hosting the famous Diane Keaton. These renovations consisted on the update of the kitchen, the restoration of the woodwork and built-in furniture. She also transformed the second floor into a master bedroom, that almost functioned was a loft space, with glass walls. This renovation brought another vibe to house, but still maintained its luxury around every room.
The outside part of the Lloyd Wright‘s Newman residence also features a 1.4-acre estate that is absolutely breathtaking. Within this acre estate, there’s room for a dining area, motor court, swimming pool, fireplace oven, an incredible canyon views. This residence it’s wonderful to host a lot of guests, to entertain throughout an amazing Californian night.
The Newman Residence’s amazing project it’s also designed for the purpose of establishing a great experience on entertainment. On that note, there are a lot of open plan entertainment areas, and a wine cellar. This Lloyd Wright‘s project it’s a great example for the concept of Mid-Century with a modern twist, that’s perfect for your dream house.
Credits by: Jim Bartsch