English model and television presenter Katherine “Cat” Dilli has nominated a five-time Emmy for the longest-running high-end job at the contemporary pavilion above the effortlessly comfortable, visually private and stylish Tanny Benedict Canyon. Sold in dollars.
Since 2012, she has been married to Irish comedian and TV personality Patrick Kielty, who occasionally co-hosted the UK’s current affairs program “The One Show”, about 14 years ago when Dili rose to the top of the 2.7 million mark. Acquired property. Since then, the spread has been extensively upgraded to slightly more than 3,800 square feet. Hidden behind a long, gated and leafy line driveway on about half an acre of land with a wide cross-canyon view, the contemporary exterior of the late 1970s is partially covered with vertical planks. A creeper-encrusted wall on the motor court softens the front of the curve.
Buses and recreational areas were cleverly placed upstairs to take maximum advantage of the dazzling sunset and sea view. The glass and metal front door opens directly into an airy, free-concept living and dining room with violet ceilings and medium-brown hardwood floors. Cluster windows provide plenty of ambient light and wide glass sliders open shell for a huge deck with cool, wooded views.
Delicious fun, furnished with vintage tan leather “caterpillar” sofa, it easily consumes almost brand-new 3-Series BMW, the living room has a common fireplace as focus point, while the dining space is spread out on a deck with textured tiles. Outdoor fireplace. Open up on a snack bar in the dining area, and the stainless steel designer app features chalk-on-block, flowing high-end kitchen with offset glossy white countertops and glossy white laminate cabinets with bright wood accents. The upper level is completed by a secluded guest suite flooded with huge skylights and light thanks to the giant image window. The outer entrance makes it easy for their hosts to come and go without having to bother overnight.
Below are two more guest bedrooms, both with backyard access plus a spacious owner’s backyard where glass sliders provide a smooth transition to the backyard. The bathroom has a marble-shaded shower and a double-sink vanity made of restored wood, and the walk-in closet is lined with floor-to-ceiling mirror-front wardrobes that effectively hide all clothing but openly create a change that is confusing and distracting. Boozy may not be so great after dusk.
Accessible with exterior staircase outside of downstairs bedrooms and outdoor seating and dining room, the oasis-like backyard includes a deck with a small patch of mesh lawn with hilly cantilevers and a built-in fire pit and cushioned lounge seating. Easy-air indoor-outdoor living allows for an outdoor kitchen and a swimming pool and spa set opposite the tropical tree wall.
The property is represented by Steven Schaefer and Newmark resident Jay Luchs.