Real Housewives of Beverly Hills fixture Sutton Stracke picked up this Georgian-style home in Bel-Air this autumn. The house is a gem of a 1938-built four-bedroom that boasts bright, airy interiors, and sits on a 1-acre lot.
The home’s interiors span slightly less than 4,500 sq. ft. The living spaces begin with a foyer boasting a parquet oak floor, and develop with a fine balance between cozy original details and revisions. Most appealing is the vaulted, exposed ceiling, whitewashed brick fireplace and bay of casement windows in the living room, and the brick fireplace, multiple sets of French doors, and alcove wet bar in the family room. Newer windows and baths, and a kitchen decked out with Wolf, Trauslen and Salamander appliances contemporize the living style in the best ways.
The 1.06-acre lot features a large lawn, a pool, and a tennis court. The location—the property hugs a hillside, and is surrounded by tall hedges—is exceedingly private.