Oren Aviv, the Hollywood producer behind the “National Treasure” adventure films, is on a search for a buyer in Hidden Hills. The filmmaker’s Hamptons-inspired estate is on the market for $10.5 million, real estate records show.
Built in 1999, the stately residence anchors a nearly two-acre lot. The house has 8,628 square feet of designer-done interiors, six bedrooms and seven bathrooms. A two-story foyer sits just beyond the front door.
Beamed ceilings top almost every space: the family room with a white-painted brick fireplace, the center-island kitchen with navy-colored cabinetry, the dramatic living room with a wet bar and the rotunda lounge.
There are vaulted ceilings in the home theater and first-floor master suite, the latter of which has a tile bathroom with a freestanding tub and plenty of windows. The guesthouse adds a loft and kitchenette.
Outside, a dual-sided fireplace adds a romantic touch to a trellis-topped stone patio. A pergola sits adjacent, and beyond that, a tiered garden descends to a saltwater pool and spa. Tall trees top the grassy grounds, and views take in the surrounding canyon area.
Should it sell for about the asking price, the property will return more than double what Aviv paid; records show he picked up the home in 2005 for $4.2 million.
Aviv has produced such films as “Bad Moms” and “Free State of Jones.” His more recent projects include “Molly’s Game,” “The Foreigner” and “Den of Thieves,” which starred Gerard Butler.