1615 Blue Jay Way Model of Perfection

1615 Blue Jay Way commands views of the city and a choice locale near the Sunset Strip— just a few reasons why this newly built tri-level residence in the Hollywood Hills is an ultra-hot commodity offered by Drew Fenton of Hilton & Hyland and Jade Mills of Coldwell Banker.



1615 Blue Jay Way’s Epic Estate Offers Lavish Interiors & Unparalleled Vistas, Paired With an Exceptional Bird Streets Site

Years in the making, the striking modern compound on world-famous Blue Jay Way, in the exclusive Bird Streets neighborhood, also offers an impressive 11,500 square feet of luxe living space teeming with top-of-the-line bespoke features, including floor-to-ceiling Fleetwood sliding glass doors throughout, walk-in closets by Molteni&C and Dornbracht fixtures.

“Because it’s three levels, almost every room has major jetliner views,” says Drew Fenton of Hilton & Hyland, who is co-listing the property with Jade Mills of Coldwell Banker for $26 million. 

Completed in 2020, the five-bedroom home is accessed via a private gated driveway that leads to glamorous arrival motor court with an automated rotating car-turner. Beyond is a soaring glass atrium in the style of an Apple store that opens to space rife with show-stopping amenities. Think a cutting-edge wellness center boasting a gym, juice bar and massage area, along with a screening room, commercial elevator and a duo of offices.

Among the other show-stopping attributes found within the abode: a gourmet Dada Italian designer kitchen replete with a walk-in refrigerator, hidden catering kitchen and spacious island that seats six, plus a grand master suite sporting an over-the-top marble-clad bath and sleek boutique-style closet to rival any major estate in the city.

The outdoor space is equally impressive, with the resort-inspired backyard highlighted by a massive, 3,000-square-foot entertainment deck flanking a resplendent zero-edge infinity pool and spa with scenery for days.

“The true wow factor is the view and the pool, which is why we branded this property ‘Touch the Sky,’ ” says Drew Fenton. “It truly feels like you are doing just that.”

Presented by

Drew Fenton | 310.858.5474 | DRE 01317962
Hilton & Hyland

Jade Mills | 310.285.7508 | DRE 00526877
Coldwell Banker 

List Price: $26million

Photographs: Jim Bartsch


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