Inside Former NBA Player Kiki VanDeWeghe’s $5.19M Mid-Century Home in Encino, California
$5,195,000 | Built 1972 | 6,013 Sq. Ft. | 5 Beds | 5.5 Baths | 0.85 Acres
Encino, California, United States
Nestled in the hills of Encino, California, a beautifully remodeled Mid-Century home is currently on the market for $5.19 million. Boasting over 6,000 square feet of living space and panoramic views of the valley, this stunning property offers the perfect blend of luxury and tranquility. Former basketball player Ernest Maurice “Kiki” VanDeWeghe III and his wife, acclaimed interior designer engineer Peggy VanDeWeghe, own the property and have made significant updates to create an ideal living space. With its sleek, modern design and impressive features, this home is a rare gem in the highly coveted Encino area. Join us as we explore the breathtaking beauty of this property and discover what makes it a dream home for those seeking the ultimate in luxury living.
From the listing: VIBES! This exclusive and gated Mid Century estate has been designed for ultimate entertaining and relaxation. Set amidst lush green gardens, offering panoramic mountain and valley views, this private oasis boasts a zen-like quality. Every aspect of this property has been carefully crafted for a seamless indoor-outdoor living experience, from the oversized saltwater pool to the expansive outdoor kitchen, fire pit, putting green, veggie garden, and rooftop deck. As you step inside, the Feng Shui inspired design of the home creates a harmonious flow and captures tons of natural light. The elegant dining room and wine bar are perfect for hosting large gatherings, while the zen den, featuring walnut floors and a stone fireplace with fossil stone hearth, provides a peaceful space to unwind. The family room boasts high ceilings, oak floors, and a 23-foot stone alcove wet bar that seamlessly transitions into the chef’s kitchen.
Outfitted with top-of-the-line appliances, including dual islands finished with solar flare granite countertops and eco-friendly recycled black glass, this kitchen is the ultimate hang-out spot. The interior space is elevated by the oversized primary retreat, featuring a loft, floor-to-ceiling sliding glass doors, dual bathroom vanities, a steam shower, and a massive walk-in closet. Four additional private suites, each complete with custom finishes, en-suite bathrooms and walk-in closets lead to the luxe outdoor space. The entire home is equipped with state-of-the-art technology, including an Echo15 system in each room, making it tech smart and voice activated. With ample parking for 8+ cars and a detached studio, this home is ideal for the most discerning owner seeking privacy, security, and all the amenities of a luxury resort. Come experience 18025 Green Meadow Drive and make it your own personal sanctuary. This celebrity-owned retreat is on the market for $5.19 million withMichelle Schwartz&Mauricio Umansky ofThe Agency.
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