Trophy Home Nestled in Los Angeles’s Hollywood Hills Hits Market for $22 Million
The new build has a turntable in the garage, plus spa treatment areas and sweeping views
A suave newly built trophy home nestled among the winding, mansion-laden streets of the Hollywood Hills in Los Angeles is set to hit the market Tuesday for $21.99 million.
Spanning more than 10,000 square feet, the high-end home—constructed by international architecture firm XTen Architecture—is bright and airy, and with its vast, glass pocket doors, it embodies the indoor-outdoor living for which Southern California is well known.
“It’s contemporary, it’s sleek but it’s very organic and warm,” said Sally Forster Jones, who shares the listing with her Compass colleague Vincent Dimauro.
Natural materials such as warm woods and stone accompany the home’s modern white interiors and glass walls.
“When I came in the first thing I felt was this energy, this wellness,” Mr. Dimauro said. There’s a “natural, organic warmth; all the white oak, the view.”
With the vistas over the surrounding canyon, “there’s so much green,” he said.
The home has six bedrooms, 10 bathrooms and is laden with upscale amenities.
There’s a home cinema, a bar, a towering wine room, a wellness space with a gym and a treatment area, and a chef’s kitchen.
Plus there are two primary bedroom suites, a number of balconies, an infinity pool and spa, an outdoor kitchen, and a sizable garage with a turntable to maneuver vehicles.
“With Covid, your home is everything,” Ms. Forster Jones said.
There are also two primary bedroom suites, so “if you have extended family, you have room for everyone,” she said. “You have your office, your wellness area; it has a theater, so if you want to kick back and relax it has that, [there’s] places for kids to Zoom.”
Plus, with security and privacy at the forefront of people's minds, she added, “It has a very secure feeling, it’s gated and so it's very private.”
Property records indicate the home is owned by a limited liability company, Devlin Land Group LLC, who bought the lot—and the prior house that was on it—in 2014 for $5.45 million.
In February, home prices in Southern California hit an all-time high, driven by a cohort of eager buyers competing for limited inventory, according to The Los Angeles Times.
Across the region, the median sales price soared nearly 15% from February 2020 to $619,750, and transactions jumped 17.6% in the same time.
Source Mansion Global
Written by Liz Lucking
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