With our homes increasingly becoming multi-use, live-work hubs where we spend the majority of our waking hours, innovations in smart home technology are turning domestic space into wellness space. And a 10,000-square-foot estate in Beverly Hills puts personal wellness front and center.
Located at 1731 Summitridge Dr. and represented by Douglas Elliman’s Marshall Peck, the six-bedroom, nine-bathroom $25-million dream home combines modern, luxury design with fully integrated technology from wellness solutions pioneer Delos.
Situated on a promontory with sweeping city, canyon and ocean views to Santa Monica Bay, the gated residence is accessible via a 250-foot private driveway. In addition to a den, office and seating areas to relax, the property includes indoor and outdoor bars, a stainless-steel chef’s kitchen with a walk-in refrigerator and pantry, a wrap-around rooftop deck off the upstairs master bedroom and an amenities level below that connects to a three-car garage.
Informed by scientific research, leading architects and experts in physical health, Delos’s wellness features are built-in throughout the interior, from a three-stage HEPA/MERV 16-filter air purification-filtration system, a comprehensive water filtration system for every tap and ergonomic, posture-supportive flooring to a smart bathroom mirror that emits circadian lighting to help regulate natural sleep/wake cycles.
Crafted with natural materials such as travertine walls, limestone, and solid walnut floors, the open-concept living room is modern, warm and inviting, and includes floor-to-ceiling windows offering expansive city and ocean views.
A private deck, zero-edge infinity pool with integrated jacuzzi and a hillside fire pit make for elegant indoor-outdoor living.
The amenities level, accessible by the glass elevator or bronze stainless staircase, is a world of wellness and leisure in itself that includes a fitness room, a beauty salon, a sauna, a Himalayan salt room, and spa facilities with a massage area, as well as a temperature-controlled wine cellar and a private home theater that seats up to 16.