Beverly Hills is the most famous address in the world, and only a few number of people have the privilege of living at this luxurious area. This mansion beautifully positions itself on this location, belonging, for now, to Ellen DeGeneres and her wife, Portia de Rossi. Today, Los Angeles Homes presents this amazing mansion and its features, that is being sold for the total of 18$ million.
Beverly Hills, the home to the most incredible stars on the planet! There are too many celebrity homes that we can tell you all about, but there are some that stand out from every other mansion. The home belonging to talk-show host Ellen DeGeneres and her wife, Portia de Rossi, is definitely one of them.
Their home for only seven months, Ellen DeGeneres just listed this Beverly Hills mansion, located in the Trousdale Estates neighborhood, for 18$ million. This is a 5100-square-foot property, featuring five bedrooms, more than four bathrooms. It was originally built by John Elgin Woolf, in 1962 and renovated by the architecture firm Marmol Radziner. This year, they updated the home on the concept of the Hollywood Regency–style abode with modern technology.
Within this exquisite and modern Beverly Hills home, there are Pullman front doors that function as a circular foyer, and also a living/dining room, embellished with an antique stone fireplace. There’s a strong presence of the marble floors, combined with a wall of glass, to a loggia with fluted columns. These particular features are not complete without the mesmerizing view of Los Angeles that you have from this mansion.
Throughout the living room, you can find luxury at its finest. There are a pair of slipcovered sofas, completed with a cocktail table, designed by Kathleen Clements Design. There’s also Louis XVI bergères, a mixed-media sculpture by Catherine Willis, and a Roman bust by Mark Grotjahn and Ed Ruscha.
Inside this room, there’s an exquisite Ping-Pong table designed by the Argentine artist Rirkrit Tiravanija. This luxurious and eccentric item stands in the entrance hall, which is a room that contains a Spanish Colonial bench from Lief and a Serge Mouille chandelier. These are just some of the most amazing features that this amazing Beverly Hills mansion features.
Credits by: Roger Davies