This tricked-out escape is optimized for misbehaving.
A California retreat popular among celebrities for its neon lighting and eclectic accoutrement has hit the market. The property — which is listed with Josh Morrow and Brooke A. Elliott of Aaron Kirman Group at Compass — is currently asking for $10.2 million, TopTenRealEstateDeal.com reports.
Nicknamed the “House of Sin,” the 7,500-square-foot home is located on Sunset Plaza Drive in the Hollywood Hills. It has five bedrooms, six bathrooms, an outdoor pool, roof deck and indoor spa. There’s a hot tub, mini casino room with deck, two sun lounges and a gym.
In terms of bragging rights, the “House of Sin” was previously owned by the photographer Richard Franklin, who did shoots with over 600 models and celebrities in the space, according to Jam Press. Kim Kardashian has also visited the mansion, which was once featured on Entertainment TV’s “A List Homes,” according to press materials.
But the address — which was built in 1990 — is best known for its custom, outer-space-worthy electric wiring. Indeed, the space is outfitted to turn on like a blacklight-ready, glow-in-the-dark coloring book, with a fluorescent green, pink and purple ambiance achievable with the flick of a switch in numerous entertainment areas.
In addition to the built-in amusement, the address also offers sweeping views of the Los Angeles skyline, the best of which are reserved for the top floor primary bedroom. Three of the other four bedrooms open to the pool and deck and have ensuite baths. The kitchen has built-in skylights and the listing additionally mentions a two-car garage and gazebo.
“Upon entering, you will be amazed by the high vaulted ceilings with skylights and glass doors that open to panoramic views from the hills to the city and beyond,” boasts the listing, which also lists an “enclave with spa and waterfalls” among its amenities.
Intrigued but only looking to rent? The home is also available for $40,000 a month lease. Keep scrolling for a virtual tour of the trippy property.
Ex-Brit turned Manhattan resident since 2008.