Designers Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent List Hancock Park Mansion
A Real Life Celebrity Mansion in Hancock Park
Married interior designers Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent, who also happen to co-host the reality TV show Nate & Jeremiah by Design on the The Learning Channel (TLC), have recently listed their incredible Hancock Park, Los Angeles mansion for just a shade under fourteen million dollars. The couple purchased the home two years ago in an off-market deal for just over eight million.
In the ensuing two years, the couple has thoroughly renovated the home, adding the kind of touches that made them famous first via The Oprah Winfrey Show, and then on a show of their own, in which they welcomed viewers into their lives. The home was featured in the December, 2017 issue of Architectural Digest and comes complete with six bedrooms and seven baths in just under 8500 square feet of total living space.
About the Celebrity Designer Couple
Nate Berkus had already made a name for himself in the world of interior design when he began appearing as a regular guest on Oprah’s television program. As a young, charismatic, good looking, and engaging expert in all things interior design, Berkus quickly established himself as a fan favorite on the show.
Around two years ago, Berkus married his partner and fellow designer, Jeremiah Brent. In the time since, the couple welcomed a baby, Poppy, into their lives and decided to open their family life to the world via a reality TV show that follows the couple as they try to help other couples negotiate the common pitfalls of home renovation projects. At the same time, the couple was thoroughly renovating the Los Angeles home that they now have on the market.
About the Lovely Home and Its Amazing Hancock Park Setting
The home is absolutely immaculate in both design aesthetic and architecture. As you’d expect given the current owners, the home has been meticulously restored to its original glory while having its interior spaces updated with a contemporary beauty you are unlikely to find just about anywhere else.
The home is built in a Mediterranean style and boasts seventeenth century marble floors, both a formal dining room and a formal living room, a library, an auxiliary dining room, a kitchen that would be the envy of many a contemporary chef, a family room that doubles as a screening room, five en suite bedrooms, and a full master’s retreat featuring two walk-in closets and two full bathrooms.
The grounds are meticulously detailed from the outdoor terrace living area to the manicured gardens, dining pavilion, koi pond, pool and spa, and motor court beyond. The property has a separate art studio and guest quarters, as well.
This is a gated property with smart controls, its own on-site electricity generator and gas reserve, and the grounds feature its own grey water recycling system.
Interiors to Die For in an Exclusive, Old Los Angeles Neighborhood
But perhaps obviously, and best of all nonetheless, are the home’s interiors. When you buy a multi-million dollar estate from famous designers, you get a well-designed home. Go figure! Sure, part of the asking price is for the notoriety of the home’s prior owners, but along with the notoriety comes the style… so much style. Ready to buy?