This new contemporary farmhouse-style in Los Angeles just hit the open market at $10.495 million. The home was completed just recently and—according to the Los Angeles Times—is being sold by Howie Mandel.
The postmodern design blends traditional, farmhouse and modern styles. Its façade is expressed with natural stone, steel-framed windows, and mid blue-painted vertical clapboard; the recessed entry is in stone.
Inside the home, the emphasis is on a gentle naturalism, with a modern, open layout. There’s a great deal of hardwood used—floors, trim, cabinetry, beams, fireplace accent wall—and all of it appears to be natural-finished in light satin or matte. Recessed or industrial-inspired lighting and white walls and ceilings complete the fundamentals of the interiors, giving the common areas a meditative, refined simplicity.
The home extends to 9,900 square feet. There are six bedrooms and eight baths in all, and a substantial list of amenities that includes a home theater and a wet bar. The lot extends to well over an acre, with mature trees, a large pool, lawns, and a protected living and dining area with a grill station.