Hotelier Avi Brosh introduced his company’s
contemporary-meets-classic fashion to his 1925 Los Angeles house, which is now
listed for just less than $3.2 million.

The Mediterranean-fashion residence was presented a
total makeover by Mr. Brosh, the founder of the Palihouse lodge model on the
West Coast.

“The spirit and tone of the architecture and
dwelling itself is completely in trying to keep with its period of time and pedigree,” he mentioned in
an email. “Similar to all of our lodges, the interiors replicate our like of
mixing each vintage and new furnishings and artwork to build a heat, welcoming and
exciting home.”

Overlooking the famed Chateau Marmont resort
on Sunset Boulevard, the dwelling attributes 3 bedrooms and 4 bogs over
more than 2,440 sq. toes. Mr. Brosh, 55, bought the residence in August of
2019 for $2.9 million, according to general public records.

It was originally listed in September for
about $3.35 million, in accordance to listing data. The price was dropped by
4.6% in mid-January. Joe Reichling and Boni Bryant of Compass are symbolizing
the home.

Mr. Brosh’s modifications included reworking the
kitchen and eating home, replacing all the doors and home windows and redesigning
the loos, he stated. In addition, a one particular-bed room guest household with a rest room
was extra to the home, as properly as an outdoor hearth, patio places and

Exposed ceiling beams, hardwood floors, wood
door and window frames and moss environmentally friendly accents produce continuity during the
property, according to listing images. The home also functions a den or next
bed room with accessibility to the garden.

The principal bed room suite also obtained a
makeover, which includes a new lavatory and closet, in accordance to Mr. Brosh.

The suite “runs the overall width of the dwelling,
has tons of light-weight, twin learn baths and a balcony with remarkable sights of the
Chateau Marmont,” he stated.