Inside Fashion Designer Eva Chow’s $65M Art-Filled Holmby Hills Residence

Inside Fashion Designer Eva Chow’s $65M Art-Filled Holmby Hills Residence

$65,000,000 | Built 2005 | 30,000 Sq. Ft. | 9 Beds | 14 Baths | 1.1 Acres
133 S Mapleton Drive, Los Angeles, California, United States, 90024
The extravagant former estate of Michael and Eva Chow has relisted for $65 million after first listing in October 2018 for $78 million. According to Curbed Los Angeles, “Michael, founder of the Mr. Chow Chinese restaurant chain, and Eva, a LACMA trustee who spearheaded the museum’s Art+Film Gala, split in 2017 after 25 years of marriage.” The couple spent nearly a decade designing and perfecting their expansive 30,000 square foot haven. Inspired by the iconic Reina Sofia museum in Madrid & built by a world class art collector on the finest street in Holmby Hills, a spectacular backdrop was created for a personal collection of antiquities & contemporary art. Enjoy museum quality rooms with soaring ceilings, carefully curated materials and a flow that makes this landmark home feel both expansive and intimate. 

From the soaring 30-foot entry with 400-year-old moorish columns & 16th and 17th century Florentine carved ceilings, to the Art Deco library, which has been called The Finest Room in Los Angeles, this rare blending of gallery, artistic temple & personal sanctuary only becomes available once in a lifetime. A gated compound, for the most discerning, features every conceivable amenity, including a three-storey guesthouse with entirely subterranean waterproof cinema with large windows revealing the stark-aqua swimming pool, an entertainment complex, outdoor ballroom & manicured grounds of over 1.1 acres. The property is on the market for $65 million with Tomer Fridman of Compass. Photography and information found on agent’s listing.













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