Actress Jaime King, soon to be seen on the silver screen in the upcoming feature Lights Out, listed her thought-provoking 1960-built modern in Beverly Hills this summer with an asking price of $2.795 million. The four-bedroom, three-bath home has an interesting provenance: Walt Disney had it constructed for his daughter.
The 2,600 sq. ft. home’s interiors begin with a common area that’s nearly ethereal; but for the kitchen, where hardwood cabinetry provides some grounding and a bit of soft pink warms and cheers, and the blue tile in the foyer, the walls, ceilings, floors and even staircase are blazingly bright white. The scheme follows through from the façade, which is a white cypher but for the pink front door.
In the bedrooms there’s a bit more color at work, mainly in the master, where a regal green and soft pink complement each other with a little pleasing color-wise dissonance. The room opens to a glass-walled indoor/outdoor space, which reprises the design of the formal dining room. All in all a unique survivor of a property with a rich design narrative to unfold.