315 South Hudson: The Highest-Priced New Construction Home in Hancock Park

On one of Hancock Park's most coveted streets, this bold and lavish 13,000-square-foot contemporary compound is the latest project from celebrity developer Elite Investment Management Group, led by duo Meir Siboni (an ex-Israeli secret service agent who grew up with dreams of living in Los Angeles) and Jonathan Menlo of Go Green Remodeling.



With Italian Design at Its Heart, 315 South Hudson Avenue With a Championship Tennis Court, Sparkling Pool and Sunken Spa Is a True Contemporary Gem

Listed for $24,999,000, it is the highest-priced new construction house in the Hancock Park neighborhood of Los Angeles.

“Hancock Park is known for its historically significant homes—many built in the 1920s,” notes agent Aaron Kirman of The Aaron Kirman Group at Compass.

“It’s very rare to find an incredible modern opportunity like this in the area.”

Comprising the main residence and a separate guesthouse with an infrared sauna, this private tennis court estate includes a personal salon, a movie theater, and a fitness center, among other top features. 

The dramatic entry with Malerba chandeliers opens to the expansive living room while the marble-clad wet bar and dining room comprise of a temperature-controlled glass wine cellar. The custom Scavolini kitchen features dual islands and a lacquered wood accent wall.

The floating glass staircase leads to the exquisite primary suite with two large Poliform walk-in closets, a black-marble encased shower with fireplace, a soaking tub, and a spacious private balcony.

“Using the finest luxury brands—many of which are not available in the U.S.—something truly unique and magical has been created here,” agent Verna Helbling of Compass says.

Aaron Kirman | 310.994.9512 | DRE# 01296524
Verna Helbling | 310.849.2485 | DRE# 01338275
of Compass

Adam Rosenfeld | 310.595.5915 | DRE# 01918229
of The Agency

Images: Joe Bryant


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