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Selling Sunset’s Hillside Avenue Home — Up For Sale at $43.9M

8408 Hillside Avenue is a timeless masterpiece and a rare opportunity to own one of the most architecturally significant properties in LA.



8408 Hillside Avenue is a timeless masterpiece and a rare opportunity to own one of the most architecturally significant properties in Los Angeles. Don’t miss the photo gallery below👇

Immense Size & Million Dollar Views

Its immense size (A whopping 20,058 square feet!) and eye-catching views are just some of the standout features of this newly built, one-of-a-kind estate designed and crafted by the renowned South Africa-based architecture and design firm SAOTA.

The firm’s first-ever ground-up construction project in L.A., it’s one of the largest homes ever built in the Hollywood Hills, and offers beautifully framed jetliner vistas of the San Gabriel Mountains, Downtown L.A., Century City, Beverly Hills and ocean from almost every room in the house, among many other outstanding bespoke features. It’s featured in the Netflix series Selling Sunset, also many celebrities have called these hills home, like Usher’s Hillside Avenue Villa. 

Design & Detail Are Unparalleled

“It’s one of the biggest homes in the Hollywood Hills, with one of the longest swimming pools and roof decks in the city,” says David Parnes, who is co-listing the architectural-style property with his Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles co-star James Harris, both of The Agency, for $43.9 million.

“Additionally, the master closet is absolutely incredible. The design and detail is unparalleled, with warm tones and beautiful finishes. Our client spent close to $1 million and four years burying the power lines to create unobstructed, 270-degree views over the whole city.”

8408 Hillside Ave Overlooks Sunset Strip

Set at 8408 Hillside Ave—atop a promontory overlooking the Sunset Strip in Hollywood Hills West—the five-bedroom, nine-bath residence features plenty of show-stopping enhancements. Think automated glass sliding doors that open to reveal seamless indoor-outdoor environs; a glass elevator; an infrared laser dome that captures the entire house for security; and a Crestron smart home system.

Elements of fire and water also populate the attractive abode, including a 12-foot internal cascading waterfall that spills into an atrium below, with other highlights including a car showroom with room for 10 automobiles and a curated wine cellar. 

5 Bedrooms | 9 Bathrooms | 20,058 sqft | 270° Panoramic Views | 12-Ft Internal Waterfall

Among the other show-stopping attributes is an executive office; showroom-quality kitchen designed and supplied by Italian vendor Ernestomeda with Miele appliances and a separate butler’s kitchen; state-of-the-art movie theater; and game room.

A wellness center comes complete with hot and cold plunge spas, a sauna, steam room, gym and massage area, while the spacious, approximately 2,800-square-foot master suite sports an oversized, Porado-designed walk-in dressing room imported from Lake Como, Italy, as well as a terrace with a private spa.

Impressive Outdoor Features

22,216-square-foot lot
163-foot wraparound infinity pool that has its own palm tree and $500K worth of exotic tiles 
✓  A bar; sunken fire pit with lounge; yoga deck; and 15-foot TV.
✓  A 2,000-plus-square-foot rooftop terrace boasting a dining area, bar, spa, and lounge
✓  Overlooks 270° views from the San Gabriel Mountains to Downtown L.A. to Santa Monica and Catalina Island 

8408 Hillside is a timeless masterpiece and a rare opportunity to own one of the most architecturally significant properties in Los Angeles.

David Parnes

Ready to tour it in person? Contact the agents below. 

Presented by:

David Parnes & James Harris | 424.400.5916
The Agency

List Price: $43.9 million


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