David Spade sells his longtime Beverly Hills home – DIRT
Now that David Spade is kicking his sexy new $ 14 million Hollywood Hills dig high above the Sunset Strip, it looks like the 57-year-old veteran comedian / actor doesn’t need his longhouse anymore. date in the chic Beverly Hills enclave of Trousdale Estates. As first reported by The Wall Street Journal, the recent ‘Bachelor in Paradise’ guest host decided to bring the domain to market, asking for a whopping $ 16 million premium over what he paid for. the place about twenty years ago.
Originally built in 1978 and designed by Modernist architect Edward Fickett, the Spade Mansion in Beverly Hills was previously occupied by Prince, Eddie Murphy and Warren Beatty; he bought the property in 2001 for $ 4 million and has significantly updated it since then. Tucked away about three-quarters of an acre behind doorways, the metal parapet roof structure offers four bedrooms and seven bathrooms on just over 6,400 square feet, as well as glitzy amenities like an entertainment lounge with dining area. a custom bar. Floor-to-ceiling glass walls overlook the ocean and city lights.
The double front door opens into a foyer with chandeliers, which passes in front of a huge ‘living’ interior tree in a large sunken room accented by a fireplace and glass walls spilling out onto a vast patio ideal for outdoor meals and receptions. Other main level highlights include a formal dining area, as well as an updated gourmet kitchen fitted with stone counters, a dining island, high-end stainless steel appliances, and a adjacent breakfast nook.
Upstairs, the sumptuous main retreat is equipped with a loft, fireplace, lounge area and terrace, as well as two walk-in closets and spa-inspired tubs; outside, the inviting backyard houses a large rectangular swimming pool, fire pit and full-size tennis court. There is also a garage for three cars and a large parking lot for additional parking.
In addition to his properties in Hollywood Hills and Trousdale Estates, Spade also owns a $ 2.3 million Spanish bungalow in the Beverly Grove neighborhood of West Hollywood. Stuart Vetterick of Hilton & Hyland is the listing agent for the Beverly Hills home.