10651 Chalon Rd
Los Angeles, CA 90077
Architecturally designed by Bob Ray Offenhauser for world-renowned interior designer Erika Brunson as her personal residence, “Vivenda da Lua” (House of the Moon) is offered for the very first time. A magnificent Spanish Portuguese villa of exceptional beauty and privacy, this rare Bel Air estate is finished to perfection, each room a study in timeless luxury. Fixtures and finishes have been curated to complement a lifestyle of unqualified comfort, effortless living, and sublime entertaining.
The three-story main residence and attached guest suite are set behind gates surrounded by meticulously manicured grounds, mature trees, and numerous picturesque settings for dining and entertaining. A sparkling pool and a poolside pavilion with a fireplace sit among spacious patios, verdant lawns, and formal gardens.
Every sightline has been carefully calibrated for the maximum enjoyment of the estate’s majestic interior and exterior beauty. Beneath soaring tray ceilings with soffit lighting, the breathtaking gallery is palatial with gleaming columns of crema marfil marble hand picked in Spain and features a grand mural by Doug Riseborough. The finishes in the gallery, as well as in the upstairs entry, were painstakingly created by artist Peter Wolfgang.
Accomplished artistry and refined vision are on view throughout this resplendent estate. The 10-foot double doors are made from the highest grade wood available, with all door plates and hinges made of solid brass. The fireplaces were hand-picked in Paris, while the blue and white tiles in the pavilion and on the front pillars were designed by Erika Brunson and fabricated by Rigo in Portugal. Solid brass fixtures are used throughout, with 24k plated hardware and sink in the powder room by Sherle Wagner. The magnificent library is finished entirely in fine walnut.
Along with formal and informal living and dining rooms and a spectacular gourmet kitchen, the villa’s many additional special features include a temperature-controlled wine room, a movie theater, a Zen room, an upstairs kitchenette, a mirrored gym/exercise room, an elegant, cupola-topped sweeping staircase, and an elevator.
A monumental achievement of legacy quality, this is Bel Air luxury at its most harmonious.