Los Angeles’ Mandeville Canyon, the sibling to Hollywood hideaways such as Benedict Canyon, is host to a variety of old homes, newer homes, and older homes re-imagined as new homes. Today’s property occupies the third category.

Developed by ANR Signature Collection with architect Bobby Rees and interior designer Kishani Perera, a 1970s-era English Tudor has been transformed into a contemporary farmhouse. ANR purchased the home in 2015 and turned the then 6,000-square-foot home into a 9,393-square-foot residence  on a situated on a 30,000-square-foot lot.

ANR Development Company, owned by Agustin Rodriguez and George Jordan, has built, renovated or restored nearly 4,000 homes over the past 20 years. ANR’s luxury division, recognized as among the premiere luxury home developers in Los Angeles.


The home merges traditional and modern elements by infusing warm wood accents, clean lines and crisp, neutral colors. Four sets of floor-to-ceiling pocketed Fleetwood doors on the ground floor create the ultimate in indoor/outdoor living.

The expansive kitchen features dual islands and Miele appliances, including a plumbed coffee system.

A cathedral-like wall of windows in the second-level master suite provide sweeping views as far as the ocean and Catalina Island, while adding drama and style.

Additional highlights include a dedicated home theater, gym, and a temperature-controlled wine cellar.

An adjacent guesthouse has a separate entrance and offers an additional kitchen and bathroom.

Outside features include a kitchen/BBQ area, a spacious deck area, a pool with spa, gated motor court and five-car garage.

This home is listed for $12.495 million with The Agency.