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.