Ivan musician Siovan Fahey, a founding member of the British girls’ group Bananarama in the late 1960s and, in the late 70’s, half of the well-pop duo Shakespeare’s Sister, in an airy contemporary villa in an airy contemporary villa in a specialized coveted pocket. Bohemian Los Feliz region. Previously married to Eurethmix’s Dave Stewart in 1967 at the turn of the decade, Fahe bought a multilevel four-bedroom and 3.5-bath property eight years ago for about 1.9 million.
Disappeared all the way behind a high, electronic gate, and conveniently spread across the city in a private promoter with glossy views, the somewhat 3,400-square-foot dwelling found through Brian V. Moore of Sotheby’s Intel Realty has rectilinear segments interrupted by huge image windows. With a balanced mix of smooth, polished concrete and warm wood floors, eclectic furnished living and recreational areas include a light-filled living room under a 15-foot high wooden clad ceiling; Double as a dining space disco with a simple DJ setup at one end of the open, versatile room for a clean-lined high-end kitchen. The two master suites include a spacious marble-shelled bathroom and a private terrace with panoramic vistas spanning the Hollywood hills all the way across the Pacific Ocean on a spacious day.
With less flicker in the front, the house presents much more enthusiastic and grand wedges in the back. Just a few steps below the expansive glass door, a fancy mosaic-tiled swimming pool is adorned with a deck across the town just above the tritops. A variety of secluded terraces provide plenty of space for secluded relaxation and a long loggia under the poolside deck next to a well-equipped outdoor kitchen provides an ideal place to live in the hot sun.