A jewel box in an A+ location in the heart of Beverly Hills. Set atop a promontory with total privacy and unobstructed views from downtown to the ocean to The Getty. Stunning landscaped grounds include mature trees that provide just enough privacy and also frame a rare 180-degree glittering view of Los Angeles. Architect John Bertram, whose portfolio includes restorations of historic Neutras, has applied his hand to five historic Neutra residences, including the Brown and Hammerman houses in Bel-Air. Miradero is designed in an international style using a palette of smooth coat stucco, steel, terrazzo, natural cork and split-face limestone used for the rough-hewn exterior and interior walls. The rooms are visually seamless architectural elements that offer an array of quietly surprising details. In the sun-drenched master bedroom, Bertram created a minimalist display with three sizes of Wohlert pendant lamps by Louis Poulsen hung at different lengths. Floor-to-ceiling walnut panels, moving walls of Fleetwood doors, pocket doors and wide-view windows with concealed frames.