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    A Prominent Restaurant Family’s Longtime Beverly Hills Home Hits the Market for $5.6 Million

    Back in 1997, Helene An and her husband Danny bought a French chateau-style mansion tucked away in the Coldwater Canyon area of Beverly Hills. The Vietnamese-born couple—he a former Air Force pilot from a prominent industrialist family, and she a Smithsonian-recognized master chef who owns the Crustacean and AnQi Bistro dining dynasty known as House of An—subsequently transferred the property to their daughter, House of An CEO Elizabeth An. Now the family’s longtime residence is available for the first time in over two decades, asking a speck over $5.6 million.

    Completed in the early 1950s and since updated, the fully walled and gated estate occupies an almost half-acre parcel of land fronted by a driveway that empties out at a detached two-car garage at the rear of the property. Once inside, a total of five bedrooms and a matching amount of baths are sprawled across a little more than 4,700 square feet of multi-level living space featuring rustic hardwood floors, high wood-beam ceilings, and double-pane windows providing abundant natural light.

    The expansive living room features a formal space on one side and a more casual seating area on the other.

    Michael McNamara

    Especially standing out is a marble-clad entry foyer, which flows to a formal dining room and a gourmet kitchen outfitted with dark gray Chevron-patterned floors, custom cabinetry, top-tier stainless appliances, and an accompanying breakfast nook. The living room is highlighted by a formal section housing a grand piano and a more casual seating area warmed by a granite-trimmed wood-burning fireplace, plus French doors spilling out to a brick-enhanced backyard hosting a barbecue-equipped terrace and a pool and spa.

    Also on the main level is an en-suite bedroom boasting a subterranean hallway lined with closets, along with an office sporting a wall of hand-painted shelving and its own powder room. Elsewhere is a lavish primary suite that comes complete with access to the outdoors, dual walk-in closets, and a luxe bath spotlighted by a custom marble spa tub matching the walls and countertops.

    The posh primary bath is equipped with dual vanities, a dressing area, a marble spa tub, and a separate shower.

    Michael McNamara

    A spiral staircase heads upstairs, where a landing with a built-in seating area leads to a pair of en-suite bedrooms that each have walk-in closets, one of which was recently expanded with glass doors, recessed lighting, and a lounging spot. And, per the listing held by Jane Dorian and Shaun Alan-Lee of Carolwood Estates, there’s also a large space on the top-floor that could easily be used as an office or a recreation room.

    After leaving her homeland of Vietnam in the 1970s, Helene went on to work at her mother-in-law’s Italian deli in San Francisco before founding the first Crustacean restaurant in the Nob Hill neighborhood in 1991 and later opening a second location in Beverly Hills—with both eateries well-known for their roasted crabs and garlic noodles, as well as a celeb-studded clientele that includes the likes of Lady Gaga and Kim Kardashian. Today, Helene’s House of An empire is operated by her five daughters and grandchildren and touts six restaurants in the U.S., three international establishments, and a catering division.

    Click here for more photos of Elizabeth An’s Beverly Hills house.

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    A Tech Magnate Is Asking $12.5 Million for Kareem Abdul-Jabbar’s Former L.A. Home

    Almost three months after Jim Demetriades hoisted his extravagant Los Angeles compound known as Villa Theos on the market with an impressive $85 million price tag, the veteran tech entrepreneur has now put another smaller house he owns right next door up for sale, asking a smidge under $12.5 million.

    The founder and CEO of Kairos Ventures has owned his larger property in the Beverly Hills Post Office area since 2000. That’s when he and his then-new wife Nancy paid $8.4 million for a single house and then began piecing together a gated collection of red brick and stucco structures that cost tens of millions of dollars to assemble and feature a total of 13 bedrooms and 16 baths in 28,000 square feet, all of it resting on two parcels of land spanning over 2 acres.

    The NBA legend’s former home has posh amenities like an indoor sports court.

    Paul Barnaby

    Along the way, in 2005, the native of Greece doled out around $6.5 million more for the house next door, a contemporary structure originally built in 1956 and previously owned by Kareem Abdul-Jabbar. Records show the legendary Lakers basketball center acquired the place for roughly $2.2 million in the early 1990s and subsequently added an indoor sports court and a gym with a spa and a steam room. The six-time NBA MVP resided there until summer 2001, at which time he sold the place for $500,000 more than he originally paid.

    Sited atop a promontory in the desirable Beverly Crest neighborhood, on almost an acre of land overlooking sweeping city lights and ocean vistas, the four-bedroom, five-bath home is hidden away behind a lengthy gated driveway. Inside, a little more than 6,300 square feet of renovated living space boasts soaring ceilings and vast walls of glass providing seamless indoor/outdoor environs.

    A glass-lined living room has French doors opening to the backyard pool area.

    Paul Barnaby

    Highlights include a sunken living room accented by a wet bar and a particularly eye-catching fireplace, as well as an office and a library loft. A formal dining room rests beneath a striking chandelier, while the updated kitchen is outfitted with an eat-in island, top-tier stainless appliances, and an accompanying breakfast nook that opens to a courtyard warmed by a firepit.

    Elsewhere in the house is a primary suite that comes complete with a seating area, a private patio, and a luxe bath equipped with a spa tub and a glass-encased shower; and outdoors, the grounds host a swimming pool and numerous spots ideal for al fresco lounging and entertaining. There’s also a motor court and a four-car garage on the premises.

    The listing is held by Aaron Kirman of AKG | Christie’s International Real Estate.

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    Celebrity Real Estate Roundup: Joe Jonas Buys in Brooklyn, Sarah Silverman Scoops Up the House Next Door, and More

    Barely two months after Joe Jonas’s longtime apartment in the Nolita neighborhood of Manhattan changed hands for about $5.3 million, the now-single pop star has reportedly added another New York City property to his portfolio. Per a trusted informant and public records filed in New York City, he’s just doled out $6.7 million for a residence in a historic Brooklyn neighborhood.

    Sited within the 33-story Olympia Dumbo building, which was created by Fortis Property Group in collaboration with Hill West Architects and the design firm Workstead, the corner unit rests on the 26th floor and has three bedrooms and four baths spread across 2,654 square feet of living space adorned throughout with blonde hardwood floors.

    Other highlights include an entry foyer that flows to a spacious great room offering views of the Manhattan Bridge. Double doors slide open to reveal a kitchen outfitted with sleek maple cabinetry, a stone-topped eat-in island, top-tier Gaggenau appliances, and an adjacent dining area sporting a wet bar and a Thermador wine cooler; and elsewhere is a bedroom that’s been converted into a den, along with a primary suite hosting a large walk-in closet, and an inviting bath spotlighted by dual vanities and a freestanding soaking tub.

    Jonas also will have access to plenty of amenities courtesy of $2,833 in monthly common charges, including a 24-hour doorman and concierge, a private garden lounge, a club providing everything from a two-lane bowling alley to a fitness center, a bridge level offering indoor and outdoor swimming pools and a tennis court, and a private parking spot.

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    Byron Allen Lists Side-by-Side Homes in Beverly Hills

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    Barely two years after Byron Allen simultaneously scooped up a couple of multimillion-dollar homes in one of the most desirable neighborhood pockets of Beverly Hills, the comedian-turned-media mogul is already flipping them back up for sale. The ask? A smidge under $40 million, which is a whopping $8 million more than he originally forked over for the two homes.

    Records show the CEO of Entertainment Studios paid Canadian tech titan and former eBay president Jeff Skoll a total of $32 million for the two properties in spring 2022; that was shortly after he had secured more than $80 million in financing to demolish an existing house just down the street and replace it with a 24,000-square-foot mega-mansion worth $150 million. Slated for completion this year and expected to include a bowling alley and a subterranean gym, the new spread adds to Byron’s personal property portfolio that contains luxe residences in locales such as New York, Aspen, Maui, and Malibu.

    As for the side-by-side homes now up for sale, Allen first plunked down $22.5 million for a sleek modern estate resting atop a promontory and then paid another $9.5 million for a more humble and decidedly dated Tudor abode right next door. The two separate but contiguous parcels create a 1.5-acre compound with combined living space topping 10,000 square feet.

    The pricier of the two homes was built in 1999 and features five bedrooms and seven baths in 7,500 square feet of open-plan living space offering picturesque views spanning from the downtown Los Angeles skyline to the Pacific Ocean. Notable amenities include a wet bar-equipped great room, a gourmet kitchen outfitted with top-tier appliances, and a sumptuous primary suite boasting dual closets and baths, along with a wood-paneled study, a gym, and a wine cellar. The almost 1-acre grounds also host an infinity-edge pool.

    The more modest house was built in the early 1950s and sits on over a half-acre of land fronted by a motorcourt and an attached two-car garage. Inside, there are three bedrooms and an equal number of baths in just over 3,000 square feet. Standing out is a loft space that’s accessible via a wooden ladder and a mostly paved backyard with a pool.

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    LL Cool J’s Encino Mansion Hits the Market for $6 Million

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    A little over six years ago, LL Cool J doled out $4.3 million for an architectural-style home in the affluent Royal Oaks enclave of Encino. Now the Grammy-winning rapper—who’s also widely known for his work as a songwriter, record producer, and actor—has decided to part ways with the place he and his wife Simone Smith have owned since spring 2018, asking a speck under $6 million.

    Described in the listing as a “masterpiece,” the 2017-built dwelling has four bedrooms and six baths in a little more than 6,000 square feet of modern living space boasting vaulted ceilings and walls of glass. Secluded by gates and high hedges, the boxy stucco structure’s main level is highlighted by a great room sporting living and dining areas that flow to a gourmet kitchen, as well as an opulent primary suite.

    Elsewhere are four additional guest bedrooms, along with a secondary living room that has floor-to-ceiling Fleetwood doors spilling out to a resort-like backyard holding a pool house, pool and spa, and built-in barbecue. There’s also an attached two-car garage on the premises.

    In addition to his for-sale house, LL Cool J also owns a New York home that he paid $1.5 million for way back in 1999.

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    ‘Vampire Diaries’ Star Paul Wesley’s Secluded Topanga Retreat Is Up for Sale

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    It’s been five years since Paul Wesley doled out $1.9 million for a secluded log cabin-style home in the remote area of Topanga Canyon. Now the actor—probably best known as Stefan Salvatore on the “Vampire Diaries”—is tossing the place back on the market, asking $3.6 million.

    Hidden away behind gates and dense foliage on three-quarters of an acre and previously listed for rent at $16,000 per month, the wood-clad structure provides sweeping views of the Santa Monica Mountains. Originally built in the early 1970s but upgraded through the years, the place boasts four bedrooms and three baths in just over 2,600 square feet of open-concept living space punctuated throughout with rustic hardwood floors, vaulted ceilings, oversized windows, and floor-to-ceiling sliding glass doors flowing out to expansive decks ideal for al fresco lounging and entertaining.

    Standout features include a sunken living room flaunting a wood-burning fireplace etched into a white-painted brick wall and a dining area that connects to an updated kitchen, which is outfitted with an eat-in island, Sub-Zero and Wolf appliances, and a breakfast nook. There’s also an office space that doubles as a screening room, complete with surround sound, as well as a sauna-equipped gym; and outdoors, the grassy grounds are laced with mature oaks and redwoods and come complete with a cedar tub, a shower, a bocce court, and a vegetable garden.

    Sarah Silverman Buys Another Los Feliz House

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    Emmy-winning actress and stand-up comedian Sarah Silverman has shelled out $2.1 million for a residential property that abuts an ultra-contemporary Los Feliz residence she bought nearly four years ago for $3.5 million.

    Built in the late 1940s and on the market for the first time in over 50 years, the post-and-beam spread was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright associate Alfred Gilman and last sold in June 1972 for $63,500. The 53-year-old Los Angeles native won the property in an apparent bidding war—paying around $563,000 over the asking price—with the purchase giving her almost half of a contiguous acre in a celeb-studded neighborhood, where nearby neighbors include Scarlett Johansson and Kate Mara.

    Described in the listing as “ready for a major restoration or a possible rebuild due to condition,” Silverman’s newly acquired home features three bedrooms and two baths in a little more than 2,300 square feet of split-level living space boasting a wealth of wood details and picture windows throughout. There’s also a detached two-car garage on the premises.

    Among the highlights are a fireside living room and a double-height dining room that opens directly to a large back patio and garden area. Secluded down a short hallway is the primary suite, while the lower level hosts a large family room with a stone fireplace, two additional bedrooms, and a full bath.

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    A Late Guitar Legend’s Former Beverly Hills House Can Be Yours for $3 Million

    With the recent passing of Duane Eddy at age 86, there’s no better time to showcase this striking midcentury modern once called home by the electric guitar virtuoso widely known for his signature “twang” sound. The man who influenced rock strummers ranging from Jimi Hendrix to Bruce Springsteen occupied the residence for around six years, beginning in 1963, and the place just popped up for sale in a canyon high above Beverly Hills, asking a smidge under $3 million.

    Last sold in the spring of 2021 for $1.8 million to local real estate agents Derek Devore and Marisa San Antonio, and then transferred last year to Zen Estates LLC, the home was completed in the early ’60s. Featured inside the creamy stucco and terracotta-roof structure are three bedrooms and a matching number of baths filtered across a little more than 2,400 square feet of single-level living space, all of it adorned throughout with a mix of tile and light hardwood floors, high vaulted ceilings, and walls of glass framing picturesque canyon views.

    The formal dining area overlooks a living room that opens to an al fresco lounging deck.

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    A staircase nestled alongside a gated driveway and an attached two-car garage leads up to the ebony-hued front door, which opens to a formal dining area overlooking a spacious living room sporting a massive white brick fireplace with a floating hearth and built-in firewood storage, plus sliding glass doors spilling out to one of several decks. An adjacent kitchen displays a skylight, sleek white cabinetry, newer stainless appliances, and an accompanying breakfast nook with access to the outdoors.

    Elsewhere is a cozy family room, as well as a primary suite with its own deck and dual-vanity bath. Outdoors, the secluded grounds span almost one-third of an acre and host terraced gardens amid a lush tree canopy, along with an open-air cabana flanking a brick-lined pool surrounded by a grassy lawn.

    A freeform pool sits next to an open-air cabana.

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    Per the listing, which is held by Steve Frankel of Coldwell Banker Realty, plans have also been approved to convert the aforementioned garage into an accessory dwelling unit. And, lastly, the abode is also right down the street from the one-time home of Nancy Sinatra, which sold for $3 million in October.

    Born in Corning, N.Y., Eddy started playing guitar at age 5 and went on to become a successful instrumental recording artist in the late ’50s and ’60s with hits like Forty Miles of Bad Road, Because They’re Young, and Cannonball. Along the way, the self-taught musician influenced numerous rock guitarists, including George Harrison, Jimi Hendrix, and Bruce Springsteen, the latter of whom paid homage to Eddy in Born to Run. Inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in 1994, the same year his original hit recording of Rebel Rouser appeared in the movie Forrest Gump, he died on April 30 from complications of cancer.

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    Cher’s Revamped Former Beverly Hills Home Hits the Market for $4.1 Million

    Do you believe in life after close? 

    Back in 2013, Cher paid just over $2.1 million for a secluded Beverly Hills home that had previously been owned by another Hollywood heavy hitter, Modern Family’s Ed O’Neill. Five years later, the enduring show business superpower put the home back on the market for $2.5 million and, according to tax records, sold it for a bit less than what she paid. The two-time celebrity hideaway has since been comprehensively updated and is now back up for grabs with a price tag of $4.1 million. Aneela Zaman and Ernie Carswell with Douglas Elliman hold the listing.

    The two-story home, set on half an acre at the end of a cul-de-sac in a wee glen in the Coldwater Canyon area, was built in 1957. Alongside key features like rustic wood beam ceilings and bay windows, there are four bedrooms and three bathrooms spread out over 3,089 square feet of living space. There are at least three fireplaces throughout the home, which certainly enhances its appeal. But the real selling point might be the quiet gardens that make up its tranquil setting.

    The living room with a wood-burning fireplace and French doors.

    Jeremy Spann

    When the “Strong Enough” singer owned the 90210 pad, its façade somewhat mirrored a French country house with red brick accents across its beige stucco exterior. Following its revamp, a monochromatic olive green now covers those contrasting materials, giving it a more streamlined look. The lighter, wheat-colored wood floors that replaced darker oak floorboards inside the home are the first thing you might notice from the front door, other than the minimalist fireplace in the combination living and dining room. French doors on either side of the fireplace lead to a tree-shaded brick terrace, where the aforementioned gargoyle fountain is located.

    The kitchen is open to the living/dining room over a breakfast bar. It features a small breakfast nook alongside a high-end gas range and a Sub-Zero refrigerator. An office and the den with a wet bar, plus outdoor access, are other highlights of the home’s main floor.

    The spacious primary suite has not just one but two fireplaces.

    Jeremy Spann

    The primary suite is remarkably spacious and airy, thanks to its captivating vaulted ceiling and bay windows that frame leafy views. A haven unto itself, there are two fireplaces, a wet bar, a walk-in closet fitted with dark wood cabinetry, and a travertine-tiled bath with a double shower and a soaking tub.

    Enveloped in towering trees, the home’s various patios and decks are complemented by a faux-grassed area set in a sunny clearing with a waterfall that pours over a tumble of boulders into a small pond. And when you’re ready to brave the traffic, the canyon hideaway is within easy proximity to L.A. hotspots like the Chateau Marmot, LACMA, and the Michelin-starred Gucci Osteria da Massimo Bottura. 

    Cher’s primary residence has long been a grand Italian Renaissance-style mansion overlooking the Pacific Ocean in Malibu. The “Goddess of Pop” has the property up for sale for $75 million after first giving it a go at $85 million.

    Click here for more images of Cher’s former Beverly Hills home.

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    After Two Years, Sofia Vergara Finally Unloads Her $13 Million Beverly Hills Estate

    After a long slog on the market, Sofia Vergara has finally succeeded in unloading her Beverly Hills white elephant. First listed in June 2022 with a nearly $20 million asking price, the 11,000-square-foot Mediterranean villa-style manor eventually saw its price tag slashed all the way down to $14 million. The new owners, who closed on the house yesterday, paid an even lower $13.7 million.

    For the moment, the discount-minded buyers remain nameless, but they are reportedly not famous. And of course, it is worth noting that $13.7 million is still a very large sum of money—and a hefty $3.1 million more than what Vergara herself paid for the house a decade ago.

    Though hidden behind gates and an enormous front hedge, Vergara’s just-sold home actually sits quite near to a fairly busy street in the Benedict Canyon area.

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    During her 10 years of ownership, Vergara gave the 2006-built structure a contemporary interior makeover overseen by designer Jennifer Bevan. Hidden behind gates and a notably overgrown hedge, the creamy beige house is described in the listing as  “refined and romantic,” and features seven bedrooms, all of them outfitted with ensuite full bathrooms.

    Inside, highlights include a double-height foyer displaying a striking curving staircase, which flows to formal living and dining rooms. The family room has French doors opening to the outside, and adjoins a sleekly designed gourmet kitchen outfitted with a large center island, high-end Viking appliances and a breakfast nook.

    The bedrooms include an upper-level primary retreat sporting dual closets and spa-inspired baths, while the lower level is primed for entertaining with a substantial wet bar, a 3,000-bottle wine cellar and tasting room, a 10-seat movie theater and a gym with its own sauna. Outdoors, the steeply sloped backyard isn’t especially huge, but it does contain a lovely grassy lawn, privacy hedges and mature trees. There’s also a swimming pool and several areas dedicated to al fresco lounging and dining.

    Vergara, who shared this house with former husband Joe Manganiello, long ago moved to a 17,000-square-foot mansion just up the hill, in the guard-gated community of Beverly Park. She acquired that place—essentially a much larger and grander version of this house—back in 2020, paying $26 million.

    The Colombian-born actress and model—probably best known for her 11-season run as Gloria on the TV series Modern Family—ranked as the highest-paid television actress for many years. Today, her personal net worth stands at a reported $180 million. More

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    Charlie Puth Relists His Rex Lotery-Designed Home for $14 Million

    Evidently, a buyer wasn’t just one call away! Almost five months after it first hit the market with a nearly $17 million price tag, Charlie Puth’s longtime residence in the exclusive Trousdale Estates neighborhood of Beverly Hills has lingered on the market with no takers. But now it’s popped up for sale again, this time with new agents and a substantially reduced $14 million ask—or around $3 million less than the Grammy-nominated musician originally wanted for the place last November.

    The 32-year-old New Jersey native—who is currently engaged to his childhood friend Brooke Sansone—acquired the modernist digs back in winter 2017 for around $9 million. Built and designed in the mid-1960s by noted architect Rex Lotery—and widely known as “The de Cordova House,” for its previous owners Freddie de Cordova, a longtime producer of The Tonight Show when it was hosted by Johnny Carson, and his socialite wife Janet—the stone, concrete, glass and wood structure features four bedrooms and five bathrooms in 4,800 square feet of recently renovated living space.

    A gated motorcourt with room for up to nine vehicles sits out front, with towering double doors opening into a main-level entry foyer displaying a striking floating staircase. From there, steps descend to a wet bar-equipped great room lined with walls of glass, and other highlights include a cozy fireside sitting area, dining room topped with a sculptural chandelier, and gourmet kitchen outfitted with wood cabinetry, marble countertops, an eat-in island, commercial-grade appliances and a hidden refrigerator.

    The amenities continue upstairs, where a sumptuous primary suite comes complete with a spa-inspired bath sporting dual vanities, a freestanding soaking tub, steam shower and sauna; and outdoors, the ridge-top grounds span roughly a half-acre, and hold a swimming pool nestled alongside a sundeck, fire-pit, and numerous spots ideal for al fresco lounging and entertaining. There’s also a spacious garage that’s been converted into a full fitness studio.

    Puth first gained mainstream attention at age 18 with YouTube videos featuring tunes such as Someone Like You. He went on to release his debut album Nine Track Mind in 2016, with it peaking at No. 6 on the Billboard 200. His hit singles include One Call Away, Marvin Gaye, We Don’t Talk Anymore and the Furious 7 theme song See You Again, which spent 12 weeks atop the Billboard Hot 100, and earned him three Grammy nods, a Golden Globe nomination and 9x-platinum certification in the U.S.

    In addition to his for-sale Beverly Hills home, which is now listed by James Harris and David Parnes of Carolwood Estates, Puth also owns properties in Studio City and Santa Barbara. More

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    Blackpink’s Lisa Picks Up a Chicly Revamped Beverly Hills Home for $4 Million

    Back in late 2023, Disney actress-turned-pop star Sabrina Carpenter doled out $4.4 million for a Hollywood Hills house renovated by Taylor Hahn and Amanda Leigh of House of Rolison. Now the Los Angeles-based design/build duo has already wrapped up another deal on a similarly reimagined house in the 90210. First listed at $4.2 million, the roughly 3,400-square-foot Spanish Mediterranean-style home just sold for a speck under $4 million to 27-year-old K-pop sensation Lalisa “Lisa” Manoban of the girl group Blackpink.

    Records show the House of Rolison team bought this particular property for nearly $2.4 million almost a year ago, back in spring 2023, and then proceeded to breathe new life into the century-old home—giving it a fresh and contemporary flair, while still honoring its soul. Originally built way back in the early 1920s, the creamy stucco and stone structure now features four bedrooms and an equal amount of bathrooms spread across stylishly reimagined living space boasting stone walls and floors, custom-stained cedar ceilings and light fixtures imported from Italy. There’s also a brand-new terracotta roof.

    A windowed dining area boasts a flamboyant chandelier and large windows.

    Gavin Cater

    Main-level highlights include a fireside living room with French doors spilling out to a covered balcony and formal dining room topped by a vaulted ceiling, plus a sky-lit kitchen outfitted with oak cabinetry, marble countertops, brass fixtures, a quartzite island, an Ilve range and accompanying breakfast nook. There’s also a posh primary bedroom flaunting a spa-inspired bath equipped with dual vanities, a freestanding soaking tub and rainfall shower, as well as a lower-level space with the original stone floors, a river rock fireplace and separate entrance.

    A charming downstairs space with its own entrance is accented by stone floors, a wood-beam ceiling and river rock fireplace.

    Gavin Cater

    The house is sited on over an acre of greenery-encased land, amid a prime locale on a private flag lot set far back from the street, with the picturesque grounds hosting an al fresco dining terrace sporting a pizza oven and grassy lawn with plenty of room for a swimming pool should the new owner decide to take advantage of included plans. A two-car garage and driveway parking for up to three vehicles also can be found on the premises.

    Per Variety, the Thailand-born musician known simply to her fans as Lisa has been pursuing a solo career parallel to her work with Blackpink for the past several years. Her 2021 single Lalisa saw her become the first female artist to sell nearly 750,000 copies during the first week it was released in South Korea. Most recently, she inked a deal with RCA Records that will allow her to release new solo music and retain full ownership of all her recordings, and the Bulgari brand ambassador also is set to make her acting debut in the upcoming third season of the HBO series The White Lotus.

    The listing was shared by Brock Harris and Lori Harris of Brock & Lori Real Estate, and Farrah Brittany of The Agency; Amy Black of Redfin repped the buyer.

    Click here for more photos of Lisa’s Beverly Hills house.

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