Adriana Lima buys farmhouse-style Brentwood home for $12 million | Architectural Summary
Earlier this year, model Adriana Lima sold her home on Miami’s Indian Creek Island for $40 million, taking $31 million on the sale as she and her ex-husband bought the property for $9 million. dollars in 2009. According to Dirt.com, it appears the track veteran replaced the gap in his real estate portfolio with a $12 million West Coast purchase located in the Brentwood neighborhood of Los Angeles.
According to Redfin.com, the 1937-built home sold about a year ago for $3.7 million. Now still sitting on a third acre of land, the home’s footprint has grown from 2,230 square feet to 7,500 square feet and has been completely updated in a “transitional farmhouse” style with six bedrooms and six and a half bathrooms. .
True to the transitional style, the interior and exterior of the house sticks to a neutral palette and balances traditional elements with modern ones. As shown in a video posted by listing agent Ari Wintraub, the house is first entered through a small farmhouse door and then through the front door, which opens into a spacious hall with high ceilings and wooden floors that lead directly to a living room and to the backyard. The public living areas feature large windows and sliding glass doors that bring the outside in. White Calacatta marble walls blend with the light blond oak wood used on the floors, paneling, and shelving, which helps carry the neutral palette throughout the home.
Each bedroom has stunning custom contemporary fixtures, especially in the dining room and main kitchen. The modern mansion has not one, but two kitchens, with a smaller, hidden and uncluttered one intended for intensive cooking, while a larger one, with two marble islands, PITT and Miele cooking systems in stainless steel and farm taps – is for picking.
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This home was definitely made for entertaining. Upstairs, the master bedroom and upper landing lead to an unusually generous amount of outdoor space; and a forty-five-foot swimming pool was added to the backyard, along with a one-bedroom, one-bathroom guest house. Other luxury features include five en-suite bedrooms, a huge walk-in closet with an island for the master bedroom, a temperature-controlled wine wall and a home cinema.