Canucks Owner Sells Midcentury Trousdale Estates Home for $18M

A company tied to Vancouver Canucks co-owner Francesco Aquilini is selling a revamped 1950’s Mid-century Trousdale Estates home for $17.995 million. 

According to Mansion Global, the single-story, four-bedroom residence has been transformed into a luxe contemporary mansion during the past two years and is listed with Rayni Williams and Branden Williams of the Williams & Williams Estates Group at Hilton & Hyland.

Expect a gated entrance leading to a motor court and glass front doors that open to provide expansive views across the spacious open-floor plan that features a wall-to-wall marble fireplace in the living room and floor-to-ceiling sliding glass that opens to the pool and backyard.

Among the highlights: a kitchen with a sleek white redesign boasting slab stone countertops and backsplashes; an updated master suite including contemporary finishes in a large en-suite bath that opens to a shielded patio area; a climate-controlled wine room; bar; and all-new technology, including a Sonos audio system and new security cameras.

The home’s iconic architectural element? A cantilevered ceiling in the main living room that carries through to the back of the house to create a unique pleated roofline.

Photographs Provided By The Williams & Williams Estates Group

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