Cortney Cox always wanted to study architecture and to become an interior designer, although Hollywood gained her heart! When she acquired this beautiful midcentury structure just above the Pacific, she felt again the passion of remodeling and decorating with the help of the architect Michael Kovac and designer Trip Haenisch! Sneak peek into her two acres that include guest cottages, a tennis house and court, a screening room, and a saltwater swimming pool! Ready to take the tour?
The kitchen sitting area with a Massimo Vitali photograph on the wall
Courtney Cox in front of a painting by Harland Miller!
The living room as an open space with many windows viewing the ocean!
The kitchen is bright and minimal designed by Gaggenau with vintage barstools!
In the living room a Kent Williams painting hangs above a Jacques Adnet étagère.
A concrete table designed by John Lautner is paired with stools from Lebanon.
A custom-made banquette with a breathless view!
The bar outside the screening house’s galley kitchen. Perfect for parties at summer nights!
The master bath with artwork made by Cox’s father while he was in high school!
The master bedroom with a walking closet behind the bed!
The powder room with oak flooring.
The kitchen at the screening house.
The entry with paintings by Harland Miller and a Turkish rug from Lawrence of La Brea.
The pool room with a painting by the modernist Arsen Roje
On the deck, a teak stool sits beside a chair by Paola Lenti.
The master bath’s shower.
In the master bedroom, French doors lead to a terrace that overlooks the pool area and Pacific Ocean.
A view from the pool.
The outdoor dining area in old American style!