$12.35 million - Arm & Hammer Legacy Classic Southern California Chateau Sold
Posted by Tara Tahbaz — October 25, 2012
Beverly Hills - Derick Vallance represented the buyer’s agent for the listing at 1150 Tower Road in Beverly Hills for $12.35 million which recently closed last month. The home was owned by Michael Arman Hammer, the grandson of Arman Hammer-the man who ran Occidental Petroleum, founded the Westwood Museum, guest-starred on “The Cosby Show” and created the household brand, Arm & Hammer. Located within the famous 90210 zip code, the beautiful California Chateau Estate was designed by Wallace Neff a famous California architect who was largely responsible and acclaimed for developing southern California’s distinct architectural style referred to as “California style.” The gated single family home was built in 1952 and sits on a prestigious cul de sac.
Boasting 5 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms and approximately 6,780 sq. ft and a lot size of over one acre. The home exudes many California style luxuries and upgrades; a beautiful classic pool overlooking views on Century City and stretching to downtown Los Angeles, grounds perfect for entertaining, French glass doors in each room opening to the lush grounds and city views from every room, a large movie screening room, mahogany paneled library, lavish gourmet chefs kitchen and a spectacular Master Suite. An extra added bonus of this beautiful home is its smart phone capabilities and components operated by Creston. This property exemplifies the ultimate southern California lifestyle.