Another day, another Jeff Lewis listing!
The Flipping Out interior designer is once again doing what he does best — buying, renovating, and selling homes. His latest project is a stunning Beverly Hills Post Office home that just hit the market for $3.495 million. Listed by his sister-in-law, Douglas Elliman broker Carrie Berkman Lewis, the house was originally a three-bedroom, two-bathroom residence of only 2,000 square feet. Now, however, the property boasts four bedrooms, four-and-a-half bathrooms, and an extra 870 square feet, all of which is done up in peak Jeff Lewis style.
Nestled at the bottom of a ritzy cul-de-sac, the property was filmed during the last season of Flipping Out as Jeff gutted, well, pretty much everything. Now, the ultra-modern farmhouse features an open floor plan downstairs, with the living room, kitchen, and dining room blending seamlessly with the stunning outdoor pool area (thanks to sliding pocket doors that epitomize indoor/outdoor living).
Signature Jeff design elements abound, from the distressed wide plank floors, two-story beamed ceilings, and a to-die-for kitchen with a bold, herringbone backsplash flanking light wood cabinets, marble countertops, and top-of-the-line appliances. Check out the home’s stunning details below, and see the whole listing here.
Sliding doors lead to a gorgeous patio and pool.
The two-story main floor is open and airy.
The bold kitchen mixes patterns, materials, and textures.
Located on the main floor, the master bedroom is open air.
Overlooking the backyard, the guest room includes a beautiful terrace.
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