Over 125 real estate and art aficionados attended an evening of fine art, live music, appetizers and wine at the Falconview Estate in Bel-Air, a romantic Mediterranean style home delightfully described as ‘Santa Barbara in the city.’ The extensive art collection on display included the works of renowned painters and sculptors Pablo Picasso, Charles Arnoldi, Willem de Koonig, Frank Stella, and more.
The estate, perched atop a 3.5 acre private knoll located at 10550 Fontenelle Way, is currently on the market, offered at $14,995,000. Overlooking the leafy locale of the canyon below with the city in the background, the home offers unparalleled privacy and escape. The property features a one acre park, hiking trails, sushi bar, indoor/outdoor swimming pool, private guest apartment, wine cellar, and three kitchens including chef’s kitchen. Represented by Alphonso Lascano, Bjorn Farrugia, and Jeff Hyland of luxury real estate firm, Hilton & Hyland.
“The homeowner’s wonderful collection of art presented an ideal opportunity to leverage our unique relationship with Christie’s and invite the art community to see the collection and experience the home in a meaningful way,” says Alphonso Lascano, Hilton & Hyland
Michael Corbett, Emmy winning Real Estate and Lifestyle Correspondent of NBC’s Extra was among the guests who attended.
The event was sponsored by Hilton & Hyland, Carol Katzman and Kannon Klien of Boston Private Bank and Trust Company, and Christie’s International Real Estate, the real estate arm of the famous Christie’s art house.
For further information please contact Charles L. Black III,Executive Vice President, Marketing & Strategic Development of Hilton & Hyland on (310) 278-3311 or email@example.com