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Billionaire Property Tycoon Nick Candy Lists Sprawling LA Manse for $85 Million

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Take a step back to the Golden Age of Hollywood in this incredibly architecturally important mansion built in 1959.

ReservePurchased in 2013 by Christian Candy, the brother of British real estate tycoon Nick Candy. Christian sold it to Nick and his wife, Australian singer Holly Valance, in 2018. Over the last four years, Kandy and his wife have made major renovations to their homes. Located in the prestigious Holmby Hills district, part of LA’s Tony Bel Air Enclave, it has a very fascinating history.

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The front door of the house.  -Credit: Candy London

The front door of the house. -Credit: Candy London

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This mansion is one of the best examples of modernist architecture and Art Deco interiors of the 1950s. It has been extensively updated over the years, but the historic bones of the house remain. For example, enter through two sets of Art Deco gates and follow a 226-foot driveway. The modernist home is a one-story building, but it feels bigger thanks to the 14-foot ceiling and floor-to-ceiling windows. Completely refurbished with contemporary furnishings, with carefully selected Art Deco nods celebrating the history of the house and the luxurious Italian finish. There is also a large black and white photo of the legendary silver screen star in the house.

Reception and dining area.  -Credit: Candy London

Reception and dining area. -Credit: Candy London

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The property is two acres and has two structures, including a 11,000 sq ft main building and a 10,000 sq ft three-storey guesthouse, the latter added by Kandy during the refurbishment. In total, there are 10 bedrooms and 17 bathrooms between the two houses. Facilities include a 1920s French Regency-style cinema, wine room, study, fitness studio, children’s playroom, spa, art deco-style bar, full-sized tennis court, and grand pavilion for entertainment. The carport has space for 15 cars, so the house can accommodate a lot of people.

Art Deco style Hollywood bar.  -Credit: Candy London

Art Deco style Hollywood bar. -Credit: Candy London

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The resort-like home is surrounded by towering palm trees and lush landscaping, offering maximum privacy to the owner. The home offers seamless indoor and outdoor living, so you won’t lose sight of incredible equipment. The backyard features a 49-foot swimming pool and hot tub, complete with dance jets and other water features. There is also plenty of space to relax and enjoy on the lawn.

A pure white kitchen.  -Credit: Candy London

A pure white kitchen. -Credit: Candy London

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This area is often referred to as the “Platinum Triangle” in Los Angeles because of its gated mansion and high price. real estate.. The street was not disclosed in the exact address, but was once home to celebrities such as Frank Sinatra and Audrey Hepburn. Fashion designer Tom Ford is also a neighbor.

It is listed by agency founder Mauricio Umanski and also agencies David Parness and James Harris.

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Outdoor dining area.  -Credit: Candy London

Outdoor dining area. -Credit: Candy London

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Tennis pavilion.  -Credit: Candy London

Tennis pavilion. -Credit: Candy London

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garden.  -Credit: Candy London

garden. -Credit: Candy London

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Guest bedroom.  -Credit: Candy London

Guest bedroom. -Credit: Candy London

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The exterior of the guest house built to fit the main building.  -Credit: Candy London

The exterior of the guest house built to fit the main building. -Credit: Candy London

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movie theatre.  -Credit: Candy London

movie theatre. -Credit: Candy London

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Pool and garden.  -Credit: Candy London

Pool and garden. -Credit: Candy London

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