Working Over The Holidays? These Five Home Offices Are Fit For A CEO

Posted on Wednesday, November 28, 2018.

An increasing amount of savvy homebuyers are searching for not only the perfect place to live, but also a place to work. From a lavish European estate in Brentwood Park to a historic California craftsman bungalow in the Hollywood Hills, these five exceptional homes feature office spaces that make work look like a vacation. All you need is your laptop.

8854 THRASHER AVE. | LOS ANGELES

Soaring atop the lights of L.A. on a coveted promontory in the exclusive Bird Streets, this newly constructed modern home, represented by Blair Chang, showcases sweeping city-to-ocean views from three masterful levels of living space. Among its covetable features is a spacious office lined with sliding walls of glass that open to a sweeping terrace overlooking an infinity-edge pool and breathtaking views beyond. No matter your title, you’re sure to feel like a boss.

11144 SUNSHINE TERRACE | STUDIO CITY

Sometimes a fresh perspective is all you need to find a little inspiration. Nestled in the hills of Studio City, the light-infused office of this newly built contemporary estate, represented by Denise Snanoudj and Victor Brown, boasts oversized windows capturing lush, park-like views. Whether you’re suffering from writer’s block or just need that extra boost of motivation to face your inbox, the vibrant tree canopy will ground and inspire you.

25242 PRADO DEL GRANDIOSO | CALABASAS

 

Sophisticated doesn’t begin to describe the office of Grandioso Manor, a magnificent estate represented by Emil Hartoonian in the prestigious Estates at The Oaks in Calabasas. Featuring custom coffered ceilings, hand-finished built-ins and direct French door access to the gorgeous grounds beyond, the bright and airy office will provide you with the space, serenity and sophistication to tackle even the most daunting of deadlines.

2002 LA BREA TERRACE | HOLLYWOOD

Hidden in the Hollywood-west foothills, this 110-year-old California craftsman bungalow, represented by Stefan Pommepuy and Jonathan Ruiz, is nothing short of transportive. Hidden on a private, gated, terraced street and ringed by old majestic trees, the home features beautiful craftsman details and distinctive living spaces that open to lush, storybook-like grounds. Whether you’re working on your latest screenplay or a master business plan, the cozy home office will get your creative juices flowing.

321 S. CHADBOURNE AVE. | BRENTWOOD PARK

Custom built in 2010, this private and gated Spanish estate in Brentwood Park, represented by Santiago Arana and Griffin Riddle, boasts grand-scale living spaces, opulent finishes, and a home office on par with the finest European villas. Showcasing soaring double-height ceilings, custom woodwork, a crystal chandelier, fireplace and private patio with water feature, you’ll be finishing the next great American novel—or the New York Times crossword puzzle—in high style.

 

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