Jeff Lewis of ‘Flipping Out’ looks to cut a deal for Hollywood Hills project
Jeff Lewis has designs on a home sale in the Hollywood Hills.
The interior designer of “Flipping Out” fame has put one of his latest projects — a snazzy showplace that he spent three years re-imagining — back up for sale at $6.995 million. That’s about a million less than what the property first listed for last October.
Originally a Spanish design dating to 1920s, the multilevel house now shows off a contemporary face with herringbone-patterned oak floors, black marble countertops and modern chandeliers. A massive skylight floods the entry and a central staircase in natural light.
The open-concept floor plan of more than 4,300 square feet includes a two-island kitchen and a living room with a wall fireplace and a dining area. A wrap-around bar and den lie on a lower level.
A total of three bedrooms and 4.25 bathrooms includes a lavish master suite with a walk-in closet.
Terraces and balconies on each level and a gated front courtyard create additional living space outdoors. Decking in the backyard sits level with an infinity-edge swimming pool and spa.
Lewis, who has starred on Bravo’s “Flipping Out” since 2007, has owned the house twice, real estate records show. He previously bought the house in 2002 for $860,000 and sold it the following year for more than twice what he paid — $1.75 million.
In 2015, Lewis reacquired the home through a corporate entity for $2.484 million.
Carrie Berkman Lewis of Douglas Elliman and Boni Bryant of Compass hold the listing.
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