Bravo TV star Jeff Lewis of Flipping Out fame spent the past three years meticulously transforming this 1920’s Spanish home in the Hollywood Hills into an elegant, modern masterpiece. Think HD-resolution security cameras, a Sonos audio system, directional art-grade lighting, floor-to-ceiling glass panels and more. Featured as the designer’s personal residence on the show for several seasons, the property is now on the market for $7.95 million.
“Jeff set the reclaimed oak floors in a custom herringbone pattern, which brings a warmth and earthiness to this sophisticated, modern home,” says Carrie Berkman Lewis of Pacific Union International, who is co-listing the house with Boni Bryant of Compass. “The kitchen is one of my favorite rooms; dual islands of honed Nero Marquina marble flanked by iron sliding doors that disappear into the walls, showcasing exceptional city and canyon views.”
Situated atop the Sunset Strip at 8590 Hollywood Blvd., the three-bedroom, three-level abode is highlighted by steel-reinforced construction on an almost entirely new pile foundation, with a courtyard entry and limestone facade. Inside, 4,000-plus square feet of sleek, industrial-like living space is showcased by a professional chef’s kitchen featuring the aforementioned dual islands and black marble countertops, along with new custom cabinetry, Sub-Zero and Wolf appliances, and an adjacent 400-square-foot patio with a fire pit and expansive city views.
The elegant master suite, meanwhile, boasts a 180-square-foot patio, custom walk-in closet with island and spa-like bath. Two additional bedroom suites and a great room with an entertainer’s bar all open to a backyard sporting a raised infinity-edge pool with glass tile and black pebble finish.
“This residence marks the culmination of Jeff’s years of design,” says Bryant. “Only the finest materials and finishes were used to create what is truly a one-of-a-kind custom home.”
CARRIE BERKMAN LEWIS
OF PACIFIC UNION INTERNATIONAL
& BONI BRYANT OF COMPASS
LIST PRICE $7.95 MILLION
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