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Home of the Week: A tour de force in Trousdale Estates

Los Angeles Times

This sleek, single-level home pulls off a contemporary design coup with its emphasis on horizontal lines. Wide walls of glass doors slide open electronically to connect open-plan indoor and outdoor living spaces. City and ocean views stretch to the horizon. Even the long, low gas fireplaces follow the linear cues. The 7,430-square-foot home in the Trousdale Estates area of Beverly Hills has soaring ceilings, walls of sliding glass doors and a temperature-controlled wine cellar.

Houston Astros owner Jim Crane seeks $37.9 million for Pebble Beach estate

Los Angeles Times

Jim Crane, the owner and chairman of the Houston Astros franchise, has put his home in Pebble Beach on the market for $37.9 million. The private estate sits on slightly more than nine acres and takes in ocean views extending from Carmel Bay up to Pescadero Point. Surrounded by mature trees and lush landscaping, the contemporary-style main house was originally designed by San Francisco architect Germano Milono and built in 1951. Also within the grounds is a cabana, a pool house, a guesthouse and a caretaker's cottage. Formal living spaces feature vaulted ceilings and walls of windows that bring in natural light.

Working From Home? Real-Estate Developers Are Here to Help WSJD - Technology

To attract affluent professionals with a mobile lifestyle, architects and developers are adding high-tech communal work spaces and flex rooms to their designs.

'Gotham' producer Danny Cannon seeks $9.25 million for Brentwood estate

Los Angeles Times

Hollywood director-producer Danny Cannon and his wife, Nicole, have listed their home on a leafy half-acre lot in Brentwood for $9.25 million. The East Coast-inspired Traditional home, designed by architect Ken Ungar and built in 2010, is tucked behind a white picket fence and has a stone walkway leading to the front door. The 8,300 square feet of living space includes a double-height foyer and an expansive great room that opens to a wood-paneled library/den and an adjacent wine cellar. A formal dining room sits across the foyer amid delicate molding, wainscoting and wallpaper. A wet bar is in the family room, which has French doors that lead to a covered patio.