Hedge fund manager Jeffrey Feinberg has acquired a substantial 54,885 square foot estate through a recent off-market transaction, securing the property for a price of $44 million, surpassing its initial asking price of $43 million.
Situated within the exclusive Brentwood neighborhood, the residence occupies a private 1,200-square-foot lot and boasts picturesque views of the nearby Getty Museum, enhancing its prestigious appeal.
The property features a guesthouse and a driveway that leads to an underground cellar.
Distinguished by its contemporary Californian architectural design, the mansion’s interior exudes an uncommon sense of spaciousness attributed to its expansive glass walls.
The dining area and great room, characterized by 26-foot ceilings, are seamlessly connected and enriched by a unique 1,000-gallon, double-sided aquarium that provides captivating views extending to the kitchen.
Natural elements continue to grace the space, as seen at the base of the staircase where a cactus garden and a living wall composed of plants and succulents thrive.
For larger gatherings and culinary endeavors, an additional private chef’s galley, complete with its own exterior entrance, resides above the open-concept kitchen. Notably, the property includes a walk-in refrigerator reminiscent of those found in restaurants.
Overlooking the front lawn, accessible through the first floor’s glass walls, an infinity pool and seating area offer a serene outdoor retreat.
The outdoor kitchen, equipped with amenities such as a pizza oven, BBQ, and LED TV, accommodates outdoor cooking and entertainment.
A multitude of luxury amenities graces the ground floor, starting with the Rolls-Royce Theater screening room. This space is illuminated by small ceiling lights reminiscent of fiber-optic lights found in a Rolls-Royce car, hence its name.
Outside, an homage to basketball legend Kobe Bryant takes the form of a “legends” half-basketball court. The court, dedicated to Bryant and prominently featuring his iconic jersey number 24, showcases the Lakers player’s signature purple and gold colors, alongside depictions of other renowned athletes like Shaquille O’Neal, Michael Jordan, and LeBron James. Perched on a floating platform, the court offers sweeping views of the city skyline.
In contrast to the typical single terrace, this residence boasts three distinct terraces. One terrace is designed for relaxation, while another features a putting green with three holes, both located on the second level. The final terrace, positioned on the roof, houses a garden cultivating six cannabis plants. As stated by Nosrati, “I believe this will be the future. Many homes have wine cellars and other storage areas; this is where you grow your own cannabis.”