Via Curbed LA: Another Paul Williams home has hit the market in Beverly Hills, this time with a price tag of $7.75 million. As we've mentioned before, Williams was the first African-American architect recognized by the American Institute of Architects (AIA). He designed countless other homes around Los Angeles as well as city landmarks like the Beverly Hills Hotel and Los Angeles International Airport. He designed this particular home in 1924.
This house has since been updated and expanded to 6,001 square feet, and now boasts four bedrooms, five bathrooms, and an office and maids' room. The master bedroom has two dual marble bathrooms and walk-in closets that are as big as bedrooms themselves. Outside the home, the .45 acre property boasts private lawns, patios, a pool, and a tennis court. See this place for yourself by taking a peek at the slideshow below.
Photos by Jeff Ong, courtesy of the official listing with Michael Libow, Coldwell Banker