Christian Audigier’s bohemian estate in Topanga lists for about $2 million

A Topanga estate owned by late fashion designer and marketer Christian Audigier has come to market for about $2 million.
(RE/MAX Properties | Inset: Los Angeles Times)

A secluded hideaway owned by late fashion designer and marketer Christian Audigier, who helped popularize clothing brands such as Von Dutch and Ed Hardy, has listed for sale in Topanga for $1.995 million.

The bohemian-vibe estate sits behind large wooden gates on more than three acres of lush grounds.

The main house, a 1930s Hacienda, was extensively restored and features a hand-carved fireplace, a family room, a chef’s kitchen with large center island, three bedroom and two bathrooms. Contrasting hues, patterns and materials enliven the rustic interiors.


Three guest houses, a playroom, an outdoor kitchen and a stacked-stone pavilion also lie within the grounds. A row of cabanas surround the swimming pool. Connecting the structures are stone pathways that wind through mature oaks, olive trees and a vineyard.

Including the guest houses, there are seven bedrooms and five bathrooms in more than 2,300 square feet of living space.

A two-car garage sits near the entrance of the property.

Audigier, who owned multiple properties across Los Angeles County, bought the estate eight years ago for $2.075 million, records show.

Rory Posin and Kristian Bonk of Results Real Estate Group, an affiliate of Re/Max Estate Properties, hold the listing.

Audigier, who died last year at 57, used his connections with celebrities to help turn brands such as Ed Hardy and Von Dutch into global powerhouses. In 2011, he sold the Ed Hardy label for $62 million.


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