A $70 Million Modern Los Angeles Mansion Heads to Market

A $70 Million Modern Los Angeles Mansion Heads to Market

A 19,000-square-foot Los Angeles home, designed by architect Noah Walker, is set to be listed for $70 million. A newly built 19,000-square-foot mansion situated on 4 acres in Los Angeles is set to be listed this weekend for $70 million, Mansion Global has learned.

The team behind the property, located in the upscale Brentwood neighborhood, is made up of some of the city’s most sought after professionals. That includes architect Noah Walker and interior designer Jamie Bush, both of whom are based in Los Angeles. Beverly Hills-based landscape artist, Christine London, was charged with the gardens and grounds.

The six-bedroom, 12-bathroom residence uses Danish white oak, stone and Venetian plaster to create a neutral, calming palette, according to listing agent Blair Chang of The Agency. The property is very private, and, despite the square footage, Mr. Walker’s design is not overwhelming.

“It’s at the top of a private road with a long drive and motor court,” Mr. Chang said. “While it’s big, it’s still livable. It’s not overscaled, so even if I am there alone I don’t feel like it’s too big.”

Amenities of the home include two 75-foot pools—one inside the spa and fitness complex and the other outside with a cabana—a billiards room adjacent to a chic bar, a 1,650-bottle wine room, two offices with views, and a covered patio with a full kitchen and sound system, according to the agent.

One wing of the home is dedicated to the primary bedroom suite, which boasts a double-sided fireplace and private balconies overlooking the landscaped grounds. There are five additional en-suite bedrooms. Los Angeles-based Jamie Bush is behind the interiors of the home, which is being offered with furnishings. Mr. Bush created “elegant, warm and timeless” interiors, personally curating the furnishings, which are included with the sale. He had vintage pieces refurbished and other items created specifically for the home, Mr. Chang noted.

“This house was four years in construction, and every aspect is custom,” he added.

The underlying land last traded for $10.95 million in 2015, according to property records. The owner was not available for comment.

Many affluent buyers are looking to the westside of Los Angeles for more space and less traffic, and sales of big-ticket homes are strong, according to Mr.Chang.

“The big, modern house market in L.A. has been nuts lately,” he said.

This week alone has seen a number of high-end houses hit the market, including a more than 10,000-square-foot mansion belonging to actor Michelle Pfeiffer and writer-producer David E. Kelley , listed for $25 million, and the former 3.2-acre estate of Microsoft’s late co-founder, Paul Allen , for just over $55.5 million.

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