Yes, you can walk onto the Fairway of the 16th hole of the Bel-Air Country Club
. That’s how close this beautiful, gated estate is to the prestigious golf course, a true rarity among the surrounding neighborhood, and a distinction that makes this home a golfer’s dream, or a haven for anyone seeking the serene landscape and privacy a golf course property affords.
A sprawling flat lot with several shaded brick patios and decks complete a peaceful and private environment while the outdoor dining pavilion and pool house make entertaining effortless. Views of the golf course can also be seen from the oversized private deck leading off the sun room of the upstairs master suite.
Head on over to the clubhouse bar for a refreshing combo of sweet iced tea and lemonade, a drink coined after the legendary golfer Arnold Palmer who, along with Ronald Reagan, Greg Norman, Byron Nelson, Ken Venturi, and Amy Alcott, make up the honorary members of the Bel-Air Country Club. The course at Bel-Air is routed through four different canyons—work originally designed by architect George Thomas in 1925—and weaves its way in and out of them masterfully.
Starting with one of the most dramatic first tees in the game, you begin perched on the top of a hill overlooking U.C.L.A. and the Westwood section of Los Angeles. The grounds are simply breathtaking with mature cedar, ficus and huge sycamores with white bark appearing as sculptures from hole to hole.
The unique golf course property is conveniently located on Bellagio Road just ¼ mile north of Sunset, minutes from Brentwood, Westwood, and Beverly Hills. This property is also available for lease, fully furnished, for $17,500 per month