In Beverly Hills, a pair of neighboring estates, each featuring a modern masterpiece by architect Paul McClean, have come on the market for a combined $35.4 million.
Known for his ultramodern concepts that emphasize the surrounding environment, McClean has become something of a household name in Southern California’s speculative development scene.
After founding McClean Design in 2000, the Irish architect has had a hand in some of Los Angeles’ most spectacular building projects, many of which have fetched eight- and nine-figure sums on the open market. One of his latest projects, a colossal 100,000-square-foot giga-mansion called “The One,” is said to carry a price-tag of $340 million.
The pair of McClean designs now for sale are currently in the last stages of being completed, allowing for a potential buyer to customize the property to their liking, according to luxury real estate specialist Jonathan Nash of Hilton & Hyland, a founding member of Forbes Global Properties.
“Developers don’t always predict the taste of a