Interior designer to the stars Donna Livingston has put a reimagined home in the Beverly Hills Post Office area on the market for $3.075 million.
The two-story California ranch house, previously owned by “The Mummy” actor Oded Fehr, was both a project and a personal residence for the designer. Surrounded by lush landscaping and trees, the 3,246-square-foot home features high-pitched ceilings, two fireplaces, an updated kitchen, three bedrooms and three bathrooms.
A sitting area, a walk-in closet and a lavish bath with a soaking tub make up the master suite, which connects through French doors to a secluded side patio.
The house, built in 1956, sits on two-thirds of an acre with a fire pit, a swimming pool and a spa.
Livingston acquired the property about six years ago for $1.658 million, records show.
A familiar name on Architectural Digest’s annual AD100 list, the Los Angeles-based designer is known for combining textures, colors and mediums to create layered living spaces. She has worked on a range of commercial and residential projects, and her celebrity clients have included singer-songwriter Lionel Richie, film producer Sidney Kimmel and famed hairstylist Vidal Sassoon.