Introducing the Mokokuro house, featured in Dwell and the LA Times, this architectural minimalist retreat seamlessly blends indoor and outdoor living for the ultimate escape.
Nestled amongst lush vegetation and towering trees, this luxury property offers unparalleled tranquility and privacy. Minimalist Japanese-inspired design with clean lines, a neutral color palette, and modern California living combine at this three-bedroom abode, designed by renowned W3 Architects of Venice, CA.
Upon entering the home, you are greeted by tall ceilings, eco-friendly materials, abundant natural light, and unobstructed views of the surrounding nature.
The open-concept living space features a full length window wall that open onto a huge 1,000 sq ft deck, creating a seamless flow outdoors while entertaining or simply enjoying daily life. A true chef’s delight, the sleek yet functional kitchen centers the home with quartz countertops, state-of-the-art appliances, and an abundance of well-planned cabinetry, allowing meal preparation to be delightful and efficient. Retreat to one of the spacious bedrooms where you can fully relax with stunning garden views and details such as white oak floors and 16 foot ceilings, creating an oasis of unrivaled sophistication.
Additional amenities include a luxurious spa-like ensuite with a soaking tub and clerestory window, solid wooden doors, passive solar, Emtek hardware, attached garage, whole-house filtration system and radiant floor heating. Experience the ultimate escape at the Mokokuro house where luxury and nature combine.