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Inside Ben Simmons’ Entertainer’s Paradise in Hidden Hills: 24350 Bridal Trail Road

NBA player Ben Simmons’ home in the exclusive guard-gated community of Hidden Hills is an entertainer’s paradise. Designed by Nobel LA, the 12,000-square-foot property boasts seven bedrooms, eight bathrooms, a home theater, fitness/music studio, detached guest house, and a four-car garage and motor court.

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Designed by Nobel LA, the Home of NBA Player Ben Simmons is an Entertainer’s Haven

Surrounded by lush landscaping and located at the end of a private cul-de-sac in the exclusive guard-gated community of Hidden Hills—a 30-mile drive from downtown Los Angeles—this 12,000-square-foot property with seven bedrooms and eight bathrooms sits on a 63,052-square-foot lot.

24350 Bridal Trail Road, the home of NBA player Ben Simmons, was designed by design studio Nobel LA as a retreat with dream outdoor areas, including a patio, pool and cabana with indoor sitting area/game room, bathroom, built-in BBQ, firepit and video wall.

Inside the formal dining room is adorned with pietra marble floors, two chandeliers by Preciosa Lighting and a custom brass floating fireplace that separates the living room.

“Our favorite feature of this home undoubtedly lies in its grand great room, boasting soaring 40-foot ceilings complemented by exposed steel beams,” says agent Rachel Salgado of The Beverly Hills Estates who is co-listing the property with Greg Laplant, and duo Branden Williams and Rayni Williams.

“The contemporary kitchen, perfect for relaxed entertaining, seamlessly flows into the outdoor patio complete with a cozy fireplace, where you can enjoy stunning views of the 65-foot pool.”

The primary suite also comprises a fireplace to create a cozy atmosphere, in addition to the walk-in closet and spa-like bathroom with a steam shower and soaking tub for maximum comfort.

A home theater and fitness/music studio, five additional guest suites, a detached guest house and a four-car garage and motor court also contribute to making this residence an entertainer’s paradise.

Rachel Salgado | 310.351.1828 | DRE# 02162668
Greg Laplant | 323.992.8166 | DRE# 01959830
Branden Williams | 310.626.4248 | DRE# 01774287
Rayni Williams | 310.626.4248 | DRE# 01496786
The Beverly Hills Estates

Images: Marc and Tiffany Angeles / the Beverly Hills Estates

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