Roeg Sutherland’s Private Villa in the Hollywood Hills Asks $4.75M

Roeg Sutherland’s Private Villa in the Hollywood Hills Asks $4.75M

The film exec’s collection of art and curios helped inform the design of this gallery-like home.

Los Angeles–based interior designer Mandy Graham transformed this classic, Mediterranean-style villa into a chic, contemporary home for film industry executive Roeg Sutherland—who happens to be the son of legendary Hollywood actor Donald Sutherland. Set within a private compound just above the Hollywood Dell, the home was crafted to display Roeg’s collection of artwork and curios. 

The white stucco exterior and red terra-cotta roof of the Mediterranean villa are set against lush green landscaping.

The collection, which Roeg says "predates the furniture," was essentially the starting point for the project. "It gave Mandy an opportunity to merge her love of furniture design with the playful art that surrounded it," he shares. Graham designed custom pieces for the 4,434-square-foot home while paying careful attention to the volume, light, and proportion of the white-walled interiors.  

The home is full of lovely, light-filled indoor/outdoor spaces. 

Ample outdoor seating around a fire pit creates a perfect spot for entertaining. 

The villa’s highlights include sleek concrete/epoxy composite flooring on the lower level, oak hardwood floors on the upper level, high-design touches throughout, and a stunning minimalist kitchen—which also happens to be Roeg’s favorite part of the home.

Graham designed the kitchen with a custom-made, freestanding, ebony-stained oak storage unit. The clean-lined silhouettes of the storage unit and the kitchen island even served as the inspiration for Graham’s most recent furniture collection.

The streamlined, modern interiors feature white gallery walls—perfect for showcasing Roeg’s art collection. 

The expansive living room features two separate sitting areas. 

The white gallery walls serve as the ideal backdrop for the artwork and curios in Roeg’s collection. 

The kitchen is the perfect example of Graham’s streamlined aesthetic.It features a custom, freestanding storage unit and countertops made from Macaubas granite and Fenix NTM.

Lighting from Ingo Maurer hangs over the dining table. 

The home also features are multiple indoor-outdoor entertaining spaces and thoughtfully-landscaped grounds that unfolds to reveal a wooden barrel sauna and an Olympic-sized saltwater swimming pool with breathtaking views that stretch across the city. 

An oversized screening room connects to a large terrace outside.

French doors open to the outdoor space. 

The spacious principal bedroom. 

The dressing area of the en suite bath. 

The bath also features a spacious glass-enclosed, marble-tiled shower. 

Outside, a barrel-shaped sauna offers sits below swaying bamboo trees.

The Olympic-sized saltwater swimming pool features spectacular views stretching across Los Angeles.

6453 Bryn Mawr Drive is being privately offered by Joe Reichling, Boni Bryant, and Diana Braun of Compass for $4,750,000.

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