SOLD | Built 2016 | 18,543 Sq. Ft. | 6 Beds | 14.5+ Baths | 3.25 Acres
An 18,543 square foot Contemporary mansion in Beverly Hills has sold for $68 million after listing in 2018 for $125 million according to The Real Deal. The 3.25 acre property was developed in 2016 and owned by Los Angeles Olympic Organizing Committee President Casey Wasserman. The buyer, DreamWorks founder David Geffen, made headlines earlier this year when he sold The Warner Estate to Amazon founder Jeff Bezos for a record-setting $165 million. The two sales are among the most expensive transactions in Los Angeles this year. The 18,543 square foot residence was designed by architect Richard Meier and includes white oak, stone and walls of glass. The floor plan offers gallery-like spaces that are both intimate and expansive with two staircases, an elevator and a great room with automated steel doors opening onto the lawn. Additional features include a 1,148 square foot gym, private theatre, 85′ tiled infinity pool and a pool house. The property was most recently on the market for $82.5 million.