A penthouse in a coveted Los Angeles high-rise designed by the style icon Roberto Cavalli has come in the marketplace for $21 million.
Owned by the Russian-born businessman Sergey Grishin, the newly renovated mansion within the sky affords high-flying residing in an opulent Thirty eighth-floor unit.
With south-facing views overlooking the Pacific Ocean, the Cavalli Penthouse, because it’s recognized, contains customized finishings and furnishings from designers Cavalli and Gianfranco Ferré. A purchaser can simply transition into the designer life-style. Nevertheless, it’s doubtless that the businessman will hold a bit of artwork within the bed room for himself, emblazoned with the identify “Serge.”
Stepping off the elevator to a personal foyer, admire the onyx and mahogany parquet flooring and head to the nice room, the place you’ll be able to repair your self a drink on the faceted onyx bar, in entrance of the outsized hearth inside a marble wall.
Furnished with a purple tufted couch and membership chairs, the house additionally contains hidden built-in shelving, and an out of doors hearth pit for entertaining on the terrace.
The 5,254-square-foot flooring plan affords a versatile structure, with a designer kitchen with bar seating that opens to a small deck and adjoins a proper eating room.
The bedrooms are each en suite, and one opens to a balcony, with 4.5 loos in complete. The non-public quarters additionally include two walk-in customized closets and a resort-style sauna room. Different particulars of the residing house embrace a separate workplace with a library.
Positioned on the prime of The Century, the luxury condominium is in the identical constructing because the pad of the “Mates” star Matthew Perry, which recently sold for $21.6 million after approaching and off the market. Its preliminary asking value in 2019 was a cool $35 million.
Residents can avail themselves of facilities together with a concierge, gated safety, a pool and jacuzzi with non-public cabanas, health studio, and valet parking.
The mysterious Russian financier has additionally owned high-profile houses within the Santa Barbara space through the years. One was the mansion used within the film “Scarface,” often known as “El Fureidis.”
Grishin reportedly bought the legendary house in 2008 for round $20 million, according to the Wall Road Journal. He then tried to unload the Mediterranean unfold in 2014, and asked as much as $35 million for the property. Finally, he settled for a sale of $12.26 million in 2015.
Grishin’s different transaction was extensively publicized. He bought a Montecito mansion to none aside from the royal couple Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. They purchased his 18,000-square-foot property within the seaside enclave of Montecito for $14.7 million final yr.
He had reportedly bought the Montecito mansion again in 2009 for $25.3 million, and had attempted to sell it through the years to no avail, lastly letting it go at a $10 million loss.
Grishin’s huge wealth and actual property holdings are murky matters. As an article concerning the businessman in Mom Jones put it final month, “Nobody is aware of how Grishin grew to become a billionaire.”