A Los Angeles-area property designed as an experiential retreat by interior designer Morgan Brown sold for $16.55 million on Tuesday. west hollywood record.
Brown, the longtime girlfriend of Scottish actor and film producer Gerard Butler, bought the property for $3.325 million in 2015 and originally listed for $18.995 million in August 2020. rice field. – Recorded West Hollywood single-family home sales prices in at least the last five years.
Property records show that the California compound is owned by a limited liability company named after one of her design projects. Her co-listing agents for Compass, Alyson Richards and Carl Gambino, confirmed Ms. Brown as the seller in a statement when he relisted the property for $16.995 million in August.
The Mediterranean-style mansion was built in 1924. This mansion and his three associated buildings total 9,495 square feet and occupy two-thirds of his acre. It is connected to the courtyard by a saltwater pool. This estate has 8 bedrooms, 7 bathrooms and 3 half he bathrooms.
According to the listing, the main house has two living rooms separated by a kitchen with wooden beams. Another room has a large open-plan kitchen with three suites, one of which he faces the courtyard. Spiral staircase leading to bar and Moroccan-style home theater. The third building is an open style casita leading to his fourth building with private terraces.
Other features include indoor and outdoor offices, swimming pool, game deck, gym, fire pit, hot tub, fountain, gazebo and backyard skate ramp.
When the property went public, Richards said dual lots like Brown’s were rare in West Hollywood.
“This property is one of my favorite homes in Los Angeles,” Richards said in August. .”
At the same time, Gambino added in a statement: Anyone who sets foot here will be blown away by what Morgan has done with this property. “
Brown, who took over his father’s commercial real estate business after his father died in 2004, built his first home at age 27 and has since completed seven other properties. In the last few years, she has focused on “renovating historic trophy facilities around Los Angeles,” according to the website.
Her website describes the West Hollywood complex as “the first and largest” in the community. In addition to her residential projects, in 2020 she purchased 220 acres of land in Joshua Her Tree, California and is building her boutique hotel in the desert with bungalows shaped like stars and crescents.
Mansion Global was unable to immediately identify the purchaser, and Mr. Brown and the joint listing agent representing the purchaser were not available for comment.