Bel-Air Nights

Jan 14, 2022,07:06 AM
 

View from a private home backyard in Bel-Air toward West L.A., Westwood and UCLA in particular. Funky steel sculptures and violet tennis court lighting notwithstanding....





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Stunning location and excellent pictures.

 
 By: ArmisE : January 14th, 2022-08:05
Your wide-view pics and positioning can give one the sense they are standing in that backyard too. πŸ‘πŸΌ

Much appreciated!

 
 By: InHavenPro : January 14th, 2022-18:39

:)

 
 By: InHavenPro : January 14th, 2022-18:40

Thanks!

 
 By: InHavenPro : January 14th, 2022-18:40
I was wondering what the issue was! Cheers, Filip

No problemπŸ‘

 
 By: FabR : January 14th, 2022-19:49

a relatively clear night...

 
 By: cshimokita : January 14th, 2022-11:35
nice neighborhood ;-) Casey .

Yes,

 
 By: InHavenPro : January 14th, 2022-18:44
tony 'neck-of-the-woods', although for the price tags the homes themselves are rather generic in design and layout. One could easily imagine something more uniquely compelling when spending $20+M on a home....

Do the steel sculptures and tennis

 
 By: Thomas_3 : January 14th, 2022-14:27
court belong to the homeowner? I watch videos and shows about high, high end homes in the LA area and am in complete awe over what they have as living space and amenities and of course the over the top outrageous prices. I know a lot of people do live lik... 

Naturally,

 
 By: InHavenPro : January 14th, 2022-18:52
in L.A. you get anything and everything in real estate one could ever imagine. As I mentioned to Casey above, the Bel-Air homes, including this one, tend to be very much conservative in design and layout. Yes, the home has a swimming pool and tennis court... 

Would love to see

 
 By: Thomas_3 : January 14th, 2022-18:55
more photos when you can post some.

:))))

 
 By: amanico : January 14th, 2022-16:05

xD

 
 By: InHavenPro : January 14th, 2022-18:53

Love your thread title; it could easily be the name of a jazz album!

 
 By: rfg986legend : January 14th, 2022-19:10
Cool pics, too. Thanks for sharing!

Funnily enough....

 
 By: InHavenPro : January 14th, 2022-21:11
the last album I was listening to was the fairly new (released in 2020) 'Sketches in Jazz' by venerable composer Jan Hammer - one of my top-three composers of all time . There could have been some subconscious effect here .... Cheers, Filip