Hedge fund executive relists mansion with the lot

Hedge fund executive and bitcoin investor, Jeffrey Feinberg is reattempting to sell his LA mansion for US$43 million.

According to The Dirt, Feinberg unsuccessfully tried to offload the estate for US$48 million, before eventually pulling it off the market.

Sitting on 1.3 acres in a secluded cul-de-sac in Brentwood, that overlooks the Getty Museum, the seven-bedroom, 11 bathrooms mansion is spread across nearly 1600sq m over three storeys.

On the main level, there’s a towering great room with a floating staircase and a custom icicle chandelier.

There’s also a linear fireplace in the living room, as well as a full wet bar with a wine station.

In the dining room, there’s a large aquarium and a gourmet kitchen that includes both a catering kitchen and a walk-in freezer.

The master retreat has a wood-covered ceiling, a fireplace, a sitting area, a private balcony with a firepit and dual closets and baths.

While the lower level has its very own 250-bottle wine cellar, a 12-seat movie theatre, a sports simulator and massage rooms, a plunge pool, an entertainment lounge as well as an auto gallery for 10 cars.

Source: Yann Ippolito & EstateLuxShoot

Other highlights include a gym, an outdoor basketball court, an infinity-edge pool and spa and a cabana with a TV bar, pizza oven and barbecue. 

There’s also a two-storey guesthouse, state-of-the-art security and a 24-hour guard house.

Source: Yann Ippolito & EstateLuxShoot

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Rowan Crosby

Rowan Crosby is a freelance journalist specialising in finance and real estate.