Photo 1 out of 24 picturing Ellen Degeneres’ Mansion House (sold)
360 S Mapleton Dr, Los Angeles, CA 90024
Interior, exterior and aerial photos page: 1
Broadly considered to be the most prized of Los Angeles mid-century cutting edge trophy homes, the Brody House is the apex of building innovation. Set on 2.23 sections of land in Holmby Hills nearby Hugh Hefner’s commended Playboy Mansion, the celebrity house is an exposition of innovation that embodies genuine LA refinement and excitement. Acclaimed Los Angeles designer, A. Quincy Jones was authorized to outline the Brody House in 1949 by workmanship fan Frances Lasker Brody alongside inner part fashioner Billy Haines and scene designer Garrett Eckbo.
Finished in 1951 and traversing more than 11,000 square feet, the Brody House is an early case of Mid-Century Modernism at a phenomenal scale. Dividers of glass and vaulted roofs add to the sweeping feel, while smooth-walled insides, spotless completions and an educational chamber secure this rich home as a genuine magnum opus of craftsmanship and building design. The Brody House was as of late obtained in an “off-business” bargain at the staggering cost of $3.28 million in ahead of schedule January 2014 by Hollywood superstar moderator and performer, Ellen Degeneres. A recognized gatherer of trophy properties in Los Angeles, Degeneres paid what is seemingly the most noteworthy value for every square foot the city has ever seen. For Ellen Degeneres and her accomplice, Portia de Rossi, the A. Quincy Jones outlined design diamond, known as “The Brody House,” is currently basically called home.