Homes On Demand Though she’s owned the Palisades place for less than a year, the L.A. native is already on to new digs; records reveal she’s plunked down another $3.4 million on a private property in Los Angeles. Sequestered behind gates and up a very long driveway, the house is tucked into steep foothills near the Encino Reservoir.
Described in the listing as an “ultra-private midcentury dream home,” the single-story sprawler was technically built in 1966 but underwent a complete overhaul this year, blossoming into a glitzy contemporary with four bedrooms and 4.5 baths in 3,500 square feet of living space.
There are a host of designer amenities, including wide-plank oak floors, a temperature-controlled glass wine “showroom,” a kitchen with curved breakfast bar and top-of-the-line stainless appliances, and walls of glass that flood the interiors with natural light and provide a simplified indoor/outdoor lifestyle.
The wood-sheathed house also offers a master retreat with a fireplace, bespoke closet, and sliding glass doors that open to a back patio, where guests will enjoy a plunge pool with an inset spa and Baja sunbathing shelf, a waterfall, sunken fire pit, and ample space for al fresco dining/entertaining. Thanks to the sloped lot, which spans more than two-thirds of an acre, there’s additionally a raised deck with peaceful canyon and city lights views.