An A. Quincy Jones home has hit the Bel-Air housing market with a listing price of $29 Million. Originally built in 1965, this wood and steel framed house boasts 8,500 square feet on over three acres of land. A. Quincy Jones (FAIA) studied under Paul Williams (FAIA) and assisted in many of his Palm Springs properties. Jones is also known for his work with the University of Southern California as he not only designed many of the campus buildings, but he also served as Professor and eventually Dean to the School of Architecture.
A. Quincy Jones was known for his innovations in greenbelt architecture, preserving the natural elements of the land that surrounded the homes he built. This allows the home to frame 300 degree views from almost all of the windows in the residence. The home features four bedrooms, six and half bathrooms, high ceilings, a projection room, service pantry, wine cellar, pool, a carport, and wait for it ⎯ a private vineyard.
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