We recently represented the buyer in the $12M sale of this stunning 1928 Spanish Colonial in Los Angeles’s Hancock Park neighborhood. Designers and previous owners, Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent, spared no expense to create stunningly warm spaces within this nearly 8,500 sq.ft. estate and the press went wild when it hit the market, garnering features in Architectural Digest, Variety, Curbed, LA Times, and Forbes, among many others.

Rimpau Estate, Hancock Park | Kitchen

The spectacular kitchen features professional appliances, but it’s the detailed design that steals the show. Two-tone counters and cabinets plus a large island bring a symmetry to the space.

The ideal blend of sophistication and fun, these spaces fit for the most adorable children make us long for the time when our teenagers were little.

Situated on a nearly 28,000 sq.ft. lot, this estate offers one of the most spectacular outdoor living spaces we’ve seen. With multiple seating areas and a dining pavilion overlooking the swimming pool, this place is ready for some serious entertaining.

Rimpau Estate, Hancock Park | Pool & Cabana

We particularly love the lush gardens surrounding the estate, and the 200-year-old oak tree that reaches over a portion of the swimming pool and quintessential cabana.

Rimpau Estate, Hancock Park | Dining Room

Best wishes to the new owners of this classic Hancock Park residence!

 

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