The 31,000-square-foot lot previously held the home of actor Morey Amsterdam of “The Dick Van Dyke Show,” according to the Real Deal. The property was sold in 2012 for $4.9 million and a new structure rose in its place in 2016, built and developed by DIJ Group. An entity named Drew Adventures LLC purchased it in 2016 for $22.5 million. And now it’s back on the market.
If you dig the home’s decor, we have great news: The property “can be sold completely furnished,” according to listing agent Jade Mills.
“The traditional elegance in a contemporary home gives a modern look with Ralph Lauren warmth and feel,” Mills adds.
Floating entrance and pivot front door
Open kitchen, dining area, and family room with wine display
Living space with disappearing glass wall
Main gallery hall with artwork
The 8,417-square-foot home has six beds and 6.5 baths. The open floor plan seamlessly merges the indoor and outdoor spaces.
The dramatic floating entrance and pivot door open to a main gallery that connects the public rooms.
Designed for entertaining on a large scale, the living room has disappearing walls of glass, which open to the outdoor living room and infinity pool.
There’s also a formal dining room, state-of-the-art kitchen, catering kitchen, family room with a wine display, and screening room.
The master suite features city views, walk-in closets, and a bath with a free-standing tub. Four additional bedroom suites all feature walls of glass that open to the grounds. Staff quarters round out the final bed and bath.
The mansion’s location is tough to top, Mills says. “Desirable lower Trousdale … makes it convenient to drop down into the city, but it’s also perfect for entertaining with privacy and has the most spectacular views.”
Source: Housing Trends Feed