In a prime location in Bel Air, the ex-wife of Los Angeles mansion developer Niall Niami — who sold his infamous trophy “The One” at auction in March of this year during bankruptcy proceedings — for $126 million. Perhaps best known for — also finalized her own real estate deal.As first reported by realYvonne Niami finally sold off her longtime mansion for $27 million.
Niami put her home in her neighborhood Eastgate on the market for $42.5 million in October 2020, but the location has been extremely difficult to unload. After slashing her price below her $30 million and barely staving off a foreclosure, Niami finally found her buyer in early 2022. sued Niami’s holding company For not closing the house escrow in a timely manner. But eventually the ugliness was put to rest and the new owner finally got the keys.
The new owner in question is founder and CEO Brad Brooks. tiger connectis a healthtech communication platform provider based in Santa Monica. The company, which was founded in 2010, moved to an annual report after receiving a $300 million investment from New York-based private equity firm Vista Equity Partners Management in January. 5000 Co., Ltd. List of America’s fastest growing private companies
Built and designed by Oakland architect Claude B. Burton in the 1930s for Floyd R. Bekins, heir to the Beckins Van & Storage Company, Niami purchased the home in 2016 for nearly $17 million Did.She has since worked with an architect to significantly remodel the site. Richard MannionMixing Georgian and Colonial Revival styles with French Normandy flair, the brick and dormer structure sits on nearly an acre of walled and gated parcels and accommodates three cars. There is a garage in front that can accommodate Adjacent to oversized motor court.
Inside, seven bedrooms and 10 baths are spread over nearly 12,000 square feet of living space and are accented with original moldings, colonial style and bay windows, herringbone wood floors and mirrored walls. The black and white interior is emphasized. Particularly prominent are his double-height foyers with floor-to-ceiling Swarovski crystal chandeliers and iron railings leading to the fireside library, formal living room and dining room. .
Other highlights include a modern William Ose designed kitchen with a spacious eat-in island, high-end appliances and an adjacent wet bar. The adjoining family room is lined with a wall of French doors that open onto the covered outdoor dining terrace.
Four ensuite bedrooms are located upstairs, including a luxurious master retreat with private balcony, walk-in closet, and spa-like dual baths. Optional office space is also located on this level, while the lower level houses a cinema, gym, and guest suites with their own kitchenettes. Outdoors, the fully hedged and sycamore laced grounds include a large saltwater pool, kitchen and fire pit lounge area.
In addition to their new Bel Air bargain, Brooks and wife Nicole own a longtime home in the mountains of Beverly Hills that they acquired in 2001 for less than $1.5 million.