Director Daniela Amavia Co-Develops Beverly Hills Home Listed for $9.7M (Exclusive)
The five-bedroom, seven-bathroom house sits on a 14,206-foot lot and was co-developed by developer Gregory Yeardye.
A Beautiful Now director Daniela Amavia co-developed a Beverly Hills home that is being listed for $9.795 million, The Hollywood Reporter exclusively reports.
Gregory Yeardye, whose family is behind Jimmy Choo and Vidal Sassoon (his sister, Tamara Mellon, is the former co-founder and CCO of Jimmy Choo and his father, Tom Yeardye, was a co-founder of the Vidal Sassoon salon chain), is a co-developer on the two-story property, which sits north of Sunset Boulevard behind the Beverly Hills Hotel.
The 4,922-square-foot house, which was newly expanded and updated, has five bedrooms, seven bathrooms and sits on a 14,206-foot lot. Residents are welcomed into the front of the home by a double entry that leads into a foyer with a 15-foot-high ceiling. Nearby, an architectural glass and floating staircase ascends to the second floor, where the master suite is located.
Homeowners can bring the outdoors into the master bedroom with its attached private patio that provides both southern and westerly views, and enjoy a spa-like retreat in the master bath, complete with soaking tub, vanity, toilet closet and large built-out walk-in closet.
Downstairs are three self-contained bedroom suites; each opens onto another outdoor covered living space with fireplace. Guests can be entertained in the home's great room, which boasts 12-foot ceilings and a fireplace and opens to a state-of-the-art light and bright kitchen, or enjoy a movie in the scaled cinema.
Outdoors, a large, rectangular pool with an attached spa and Cipriani wading pool are ideal for those who enjoy taking a dip, or the expansive green lawn, situated next to a covered patio area, offers room for soaking up the sun and entertaining guests with outdoor parties.
Brent Watson of Compass is the listing agent for the property.
See photos of the home — provided by Sunshine Sachs — below.
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