Richard Landry Architecture Slat House Lists for $38 Million

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It’s a modern masterpiece.

Some homes are simply magical. And the one designed by Richard Landry listed for $38 million is one of them. Why? Well, it features disappearing walls.

Ocean pano view from the living and dining area at 1274 Lago Vista, the Slat House
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Dubbed The Slat House, the 36,5780-square-foot Beverly Hills mansion has six bedrooms, eight bathrooms with a matchbook travertine exterior that creates a seamless indoor-outdoor flow. The beautiful open floor plan is lined with floor-to-ceiling motorized sliding doors that instantly make the interior part of the outside space. Not to mention, the home's unique position with this disappearing wall detail allows for 360-degree city, ocean, and canyon views in the heart of Beverly Hills. Multiple decks on the tri-level home extend the entertaining and relaxation space even more with a BBQ kitchen, rooftop Jacuzzi, and infinity pool overlooking the L.A. skyline.

View of the pool at 1274 Lago Vista, the Slat House
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Of course, there are picturesque interiors as well. Finishes like world-class Italian Classico unfilled travertine, teakwood, and white oak louvers can be found throughout the home, from the two bars and kitchens to the formal and alfresco dining options. The chef's kitchen boasts servo cabinetry and a Calcutta viola countertop bar. Meanwhile, the primary suite has a private deck and a bathroom with a Calcutta viola shower and hand-crafted solid marble tub. There's also a movie theater, sauna/steam, gym, and wine rooms. 

The kitchen at 1274 Lago Vista, the Slat House
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Not only is the architecture and design unique, but the house is also a smart house, with hidden T.V.s, a smart lock on the doors, a poolside T.V. emerge at the touch of a button, and automatic Fleetwood doors in almost every room. The developers did something interesting in addition to the high-end finishes; they added the agent to the listing two years before the property was finished to help consult on the design. 

The listing probably describes it best: "Experience this trophy estate that leaves no desires unsatisfied and spares no expense."