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Noah Walker’s latest creation sells for $35 million

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Set on 1.2 acres, the hillside home spans more than 20,000 square feet in addition to a 2,000-square-foot rooftop deck.
(Realtor.com)

Trousdale Estates saw some massive sales in 2019. In March, Harry Morton paid $25.5 million for Elvis Presley’s former home in the exclusive Beverly Hills neighborhood, and Uber co-founder Garrett Camp dropped $71 million on a newly built mansion there a few months later.

The posh enclave finished off the year strong with this architectural showplace designed by Noah Walker, which sold for $35 million in the waning days of December.

Spanning more than 20,000 square feet, the stunning hillside home first came to market over the summer asking $46 million. It sprawls across over an acre with sweeping, scenic decks and massive living spaces marked by industrial shades of gray and natural wood finishes.

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Retracting walls of glass frame city and canyon views throughout the three-story floor plan. In addition to seven bedrooms and nine bathrooms, there’s a step-down lounge, an open-concept living and dining area and an expansive double-island kitchen with a wine cellar. Amenities include a movie theater, elevator, gym, wellness center, office and billiards room with an oversize wet bar.

The views continue upstairs, where both the master bedroom and bathroom open to a private wraparound deck. It overlooks an entertainer’s patio down below complete with lounges, dining areas, a lawn, fire pit and infinity pool. A 2,000-square-foot rooftop deck crowns the contemporary home.

Sally Forster Jones and Tomer Fridman of Compass held the listing. Olga Laron and Sandra Miller of Engel & Volkers Santa Monica represented the buyer.

In November, another modern showplace designed by Noah Walker sold for $22.5 million in Beverly Crest. It was owned by a limited liability company tied to Chinese filmmaker and businessman James Wang.


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