Hancock Park home of the late Christian Audigier sells for $1.657 million
The first of the Audigier collection, a number of homes owned by late fashion designer and marketer Christian Audigier, who died last year at 57, has sold for $1.657 million.
The Spanish-style house, built in 1924, is full of character and thoughtful details such as slightly rolled ceilings, contemporary fixtures and walls of built-ins. A front gate has decorative wrought ironwork displaying Audigier’s initials.
Within more than 2,100 square feet of white-walled space is a formal living room, a dining room and an updated kitchen. The master suite — one of four bedrooms and 3.75 bathrooms — has French doors that open to the swimming pool.
Outside, a patio area and a cabana with a changing room sit adjacent to the pool. Mature landscaping and palms fill out the backyard.
Audigier bought the house six years ago for $1.35 million, records show. It was previously offered for lease at $7,550 a month.
Rory Posin and Kristian Bonk of Results Real Estate Group, an affiliate of Re/Max Estate Properties, were the listing agents. Nancy Osborne of Halton Pardee and Partners represented the buyer.
Audigier used his connections with celebrities to help popularize brands such as Von Dutch and Ed Hardy. In 2011, he sold the Ed Hardy label for $62 million.
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