Rockstar energy drink chief Russell Weiner notches one in the sales column

A fountain feeds the backyard swimming pool and spa. (Jeff Ong / PostRAIN Productions)

Russell Weiner, creator of Rockstar energy drink, has sold a house along the border of L.A.’s Fairfax area and West Hollywood for $4.15 million. He bought the property less than a year ago for $3.68 million.

A regular in the real estate buy-sell game, Weiner also owns the Beverly Hills mansion that once belonged to pop icon Madonna. The 17,000-square-foot French country-style estate was priced at $35 million in August before being delisted.


The contemporary farmhouse he sold was built in 2017 and features a glass-enclosed wine room, a home theater, an office, six bedrooms and six bathrooms.

A fountain-fed zero-edge swimming pool and outdoor kitchen sit at the back of the two-story residence.


Weiner, 48, is the son of radio host Michael Savage. He is the founder and chief executive of Las Vegas-based Rockstar.

Or Brodsky of Coldwell Banker was the listing agent. Benyamin Illulian of Keller Williams represented the buyer.


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