Modeled after the curvature of a modern-day yacht, Travis Scott's new Los Angeles mansion hangs over a hilltop in the premier Brentwood neighborhood. Scott reportedly dropped $23.5 million in cash for his new showplace, which spans more than 16,000 square feet and includes some impressive amenities to complement its panoramic city views.
The seven-bedroom, 11-bathroom home is de Loren & Associates Design's Sky Project, which was completed in 2019 taking architectural ingenuity to a whole new level. The newly-built home is highlighted by an Italian marble driveway off the end of a cul-de-sac, which as you approach the home, enters onto its roof. The home itself sits fr below street level, making it invisible from the road and secluded from neighboring estates.
Parking for more than a dozen vehicles is at the roof level, and as you circle around the drive, further down you'll approach a 20-car auto gallery garage. Entering the home through glass front doors, a giant walnut sculpture and wall of greenery welcome guests at the entrance. The main level hosts gatherings in the great room, bar, seating and dining areas, as well as the lavish gourmet kitchen.
Below the main level is an entertaining space with a 15-person theater room, substantial wet bar, 650-bottle wine closet, gym and sauna. Directly below the infinity-edge pool is the game room with a designer ping-pong table. Entertaining continues outdoors with a summer kitchen, poolside cabana and dining areas, in addition to the 75-foot pool that seems to hang over the hillside.
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