Goran Visnjic's Mediterranean Villa above Sunset Strip Listed for $4.85 Million
The 1930s Mediterranean villa , with its terra cotta color and forest green shutters, is a two-storey residence which features four bedrooms, a few fireplaces and four and a half bathrooms. Its front courtyard is walled and shows a checkerboard pattern for the tiles of the terrace, a two-tiered fountain with quatrefoil base and iron arched front door which leads to a central foyer and its staircase with wrought iron railings. The doorway that is lined with graphic tiles ushers people to a small library with French doors and customized with built-ins. The formal living rooms offers a chunky carved stone fireplace, while the French door gives access to the houses front courtyard. Three arches that are on the back wall of the living room ushers to a lounge that has French doors onward to the poolside veranda.
A nearby dining room has a series of inset display niches that appears handcrafted on one side, while the other side opens to a center island kitchen with bone colored, slab stone counter top, raised panel cabinets and a complete collection of stainless steel appliances which are of commercial style. On the upper floor are three en suite guest/family bedrooms and a fairly large master suite which has a big bedroom, vaulted ceiling, a unique fireplace with a dunce hat-like chimney breast and yoga or meditation room. It also has a stone tile floored sitting room/ sun porch overlooking the backyard and through French doors, connect to a roomy bathroom. Inside the bathroom is an over-sized shower stall, double sink vanity, plus a soaking tub that is placed on an arched and tiled niche.
Local artist welds function to form at Lodi Public Library
- 10:45 p.m. While hiding out in the lounge area from the raging wind, we spot the members of The Last Shadow Puppets just relaxing in their RV area just over the wrought iron fence. (KC). 11:30 p.m. We [ squad] lost LA Weekly freelance writer,
- Among the other projects he has been commissioned to do around Lodi is the $80,000 work “Better Days” — a detailed metal structure with a rounded roof, big benches and decorative grape bunches that is located at the bus stop across from A&W Root beer
- Features: Center courtyard; wood plank flooring; coffered ceilings; recessed lighting; formal dining room; gourmet kitchen with custom cabinetry; butler's pantry; contemporary fixtures; fireplace; wrought-iron railings and balconies; master suite; and