Don Caverhill is a famous producer and composer of scores for various movies. His Trousdale Estates home designed by famed architect Zoltan Pali is now on the market priced at $8.5 million.
The house was constructed in 2010 on the highest ridge of the Trousdale Estates development. The house is measured at 4,700 square feet with four bedrooms and six bathrooms. The house also boasts of open partitions, walls of glass with ocean views, an open design interior, a spa and features the use of horizontal bamboo cabinetry and light paneling.
The Trousdale Estates home of Don Caverhill that was designed by Zoltan Pali is listed by Ilana Gafni of Crosby Doe Associates.
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The development of Trousdale Estates in Beverly Hills began in 1954 by developer Paul Trousdale. High in the hills, new upscale homes there were coveted for their incredible views over Los Angeles and the Pacific. Starting with 535 lots, Trousdale engaged the top architects of the day such as Wallace Neff, Paul R. Williams, A. Quincy Jones and Frank Lloyd Wright.
Celebrities were drawn to the location, the home designs and security of the development. The list of past and current residents reads like a Who’s Who in Hollywood filmdom. Some of the most notable include Jennifer Aniston, David Spade, Vera Wang, John Rich, Jane Fonda and Richard Perry.
Now for sale for the first time since its construction in 2010, the house was designed by Zoltan Pali for Don and Debbie Caverhill, on the highest ridge of the development. Noted for its living spaces divided only by open partitions, walls of glass offer mountain to ocean views from the open design interior. The 4,700-square-foot house consists of four bedrooms, six baths, a spa and features the use of horizontal bamboo cabinetry and light paneling adding warmth to the modern spaces. Priced at $8.5 million.