Inside Ellen DeGeneres & Portia de Rossi’s New Mid-Century Beverly Hills Abode
SOLD | Built 1961 | 4,614 Sq. Ft. | 5 Beds | 4.5+ Baths | 0.42 Acres
Just a few months after selling their Tudor-style home in Beverly Hills for $45 million, Ellen DeGeneres and wife Portia de Rossi have scored a Robert Skinner-designed Mid-Century Modern home for $8.5 million in the guard-gated Hidden Valley Estates neighborhood of Beverly Hills. Originally listing for $10 million, the celebrity couple was able to snag the home at quite the discount. The home was meticulously restored by architect John Bertram and designed by Sarah Shetter and incorporates Douglas fir furniture-grade custom cabinetry, terrazzo flooring, Calacatta Gold and Salt Marble countertops, LSI museum-quality lighting, redwood tongue and groove interior and exterior siding, all-new fixtures, finishes and systems, and a chef’s kitchen complete with top-of-the-line appliances. A warm and elegant reimagining of the kitchen, primary suite, and office, with stylishly redone bathrooms and closets throughout the house. Carefully delineated personal spaces offer intimacy and privacy, set off from open floor plan common spaces. Walls of glass throughout create the ideal setting for indoor/outdoor living and entertaining. Outside you’ll find a beautiful pool, lush greenery, mature trees, and gardens designed by Judy Kameon of Elysian Landscapes that complete a relaxing and serene atmosphere in a verdant setting. DeGeneres and de Rossi’s new property was on the market with Tori Barnao of Compass Realty. Photography and information found on the agent’s listing.
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