In the Netflix universe, two worlds collide at this new itemizing, 4115 Palmero Drive, in LA’s historic Mount Washington neighborhood.
The vendor is “Bling Empire’s” fashion-forward loopy wealthy Asian, Kane Lim. Representing him is “Selling Sunset’s” generally brunette, generally blonde, bombshell Chrishell Stause.
Stause is co-listing the home with Yonathan Baltazar of the Agency (the true property empire based by the husband of “Real Housewives of Beverly Hill’s” OG Kyle Richards). Enough name-dropping. Here’s the tea on the $1.88 million-dollar property.
Somehow a full transform pays homage to the home’s mid-century roots whereas nonetheless conducting a way of modernity.
In 1,516 sq. ft, there are three bedrooms and two loos, all designed with Japanese and Scandinavian parts.
Who knew Scandanese was a factor? Anyway, the itemizing’s description guarantees a “peaceful life of ease and beauty.” Each room is mild — the lounge has floor-to-ceiling home windows — ethereal and, like most newer properties within the City of Angels, 50 shades of white.
That stated, the up to date kitchen — full with a sizeable island and breakfast bar — boasts LG matte black good home equipment. It’s additionally outfitted with boutique tiles and Brizo fixtures. Not accustomed to Brizo? It’s the model behind the $500 faucet and $200 towel rack. Still, that’s a drop within the bucket for Lim, who’s reportedly value $20 million.
“Kane and his real estate partner, Joel, head of OWIU, bought it for $932,000 over a year ago,” says Baltazar. “No one has been living in it, but we hope that the buyer who ends up with it is one that can appreciate timeless design and can find inspiration through every inch of the space.”
According to House Beautiful, Lim lives in a West Hollywood residence he shares together with his $360,000 assortment of Christian Louboutins.
While 4115 Palmero Drive’s main suite comes with built-in wardrobes and a double vainness, it’s modest so far as masters go.
Its largest promoting level is that it opens onto a deck overlooking a Japanese backyard with bonsai bushes clearly trimmed by somebody with OCD.
The yard lacks a pool or Jacuzzi. But it does have a fireplace pit with a wraparound customized wooden bench excellent for internet hosting a hippy-dippy, kumbaya-fest.
Baltazar describes the right purchaser as somebody wanting for “peace.”
There’s additionally a two-car storage. Although given the value of petrol recently, it makes extra sense to promote these gas-guzzling SUVs, begin amassing Louboutins like Lim and convert it right into a shoe closet.