The fully redesigned home was reimagined to take advantage of the property's unmatched views, from the San Gabriel Mountains and Downtown skyline to the hills of Palos Verdes and the outline of Catalina amid the Pacific Ocean. 

"This is a modern home with warmth," said Andrew Hurley of Plus Development. "You feel like you can live in it as soon as you walk in." 

At just under 6,000 square feet, 1420 Laurel Way epitomizes the indoor-outdoor California lifestyle. The entryway on the main level faces floor-to-ceiling custom sliding glass doors that open up to a terrace and infinity edge pool. The views of Downtown and the canyons are striking. The white oak floors in a herringbone pattern add warmth to the space, with sight lines from the front door through to the gourmet kitchen on the other end of the home. Downstairs, a lounge with bar faces a 40-foot sliding glass door with one of the best views in the home: a staggering jetliner view of the LA basin from east to west. 

"The way the home is shaped maximizes outdoor access and transparency," Hurley said. 

Every single room opens up to the outside. A private garden patio connects two ancillary bedrooms and a screening room on the main level, and a junior master bedroom with a view straight to Downtown and the San Gabriel Mountains. A floating staircase leads up to the master suite, which occupies the entire top floor. A sitting room flows out to a partially covered deck and balcony, while the bedroom has a corner view facing southeast, framing the Downtown skyline. 

The property achieves a perfect balance between a modern aesthetic and interior warmth. The home's clean white walls and tall ceilings are a perfect setting for an art collection. Currently, a collection of blue-chip works by Edward Hopper, Damien Hirst, Keith Haring and emerging artists are in the home, from Creative Art Partners.