A turn of the 21st-century Spanish estate high above Los Angeles’ noteworthy Beachwood Canyon and specifically underneath the notorious Hollywood Sign, claimed by English pop vocalist Natasha Bedingfield and her businessman spouse Matt Robinson, has come up for lease at $14,500 every month. Acquired by the couple in mid 2015 for $1.65 million and to a great extent clouded behind a low security divider and a brush of develop foliage, the two-story habitation was worked in 2000 on a .18-section of land ridgeline distribute three rooms and 2.5 restrooms in 3,386-square-feet. Consequent corrective remodels to the living arrangement incorporate a significant helping of the hardwood floors in the living and lounge areas on the principle floor and supplanting the one end to the other covering in the rooms on the second floor with hardwood floors to coordinate.
A profound yard with earthenware floor tiles has a quiet perspective of the diversely planted patio plant and the progression down family room, sufficiently extensive to serenely oblige a sparkling child fabulous piano and overflowed with regular light through windows and French entryways of three dividers, highlights cut wood bars over the roof and a TV surmounted moderate chimney. With spruce naval force blue paint on the dividers and a stylish metal light fixture, the abutting lounge area likewise has cut wood shafts on the roof and French entryways along two dividers that open the space to the lawn. Finished earthenware floor tiles in the passageway corridor return in the eat-in kitchen that likewise has cut wood pillars on the roof and in addition chunk marble ledges on bone-hued cabinetry, exemplary white metro tile backsplashes, a twofold wide focus island with coordinated café and a stroll in storeroom/wine-basement.
Two great estimated visitor rooms on the upper floor, one with slim private porch and the other with floor-to-roof worked in bookshelves and a padded seat by the window, share a Jack ‘ n’ Jill style restroom while the main room offers a stage out Juliet overhang with ravine and mountain sees, a windowed stroll in storage room, and lavatory with clay tiled twofold sink vanity and curiously large shower.
Various French entryways open the back of the house to a petite patio with a trellis-shaded eating porch off the living and lounge areas, a raised bed kitchen cultivate and a little, level fix of yard from where there’s a thrillingly very close yet to some degree tree-clouded perspective of the Hollywood Sign.
Bedingfield claims a bigger, unequivocally more contemporary living arrangement and guesthouse in the gated and celeb-stuffed Laughlin Park enclave in L.A’s. Los Feliz zone that she purchased in July 2009 for $2.3 million and at present has available to be purchased at $4.495 million, down for its unique ask of $4.75 million. The 4,792-square-foot, three-story contemporary, with staggering open perspectives of the Griffith Park Observatory, has five rooms, five lavatories, shining white floors in the open-idea living/eating/kitchen region, a media relax that borders a wet bar with eye-popping tomato red ledges, a deck-encompassed swimming pool and a poolside guesthouse on a three-auto carport.