Ed Hardy Designer Relists LA Home Minus the Rolls Royce
French fashion designer Christian Audigier, creator of the Ed Hardy line, is selling another home in Los Angeles. This time, it's a lush Mediterranean in an upscale neighborhood, and the listing promises "unpretentious luxury" to any buyer willing to plunk down the $9.199 million asking price. That's about $36,199 a month with a 20 percent down payment, according to Zillow's mortgage calculator.
The seven-bedroom, seven-bath, 9,276-square-foot home is at 600 S. Muirfield Road, in the Hancock Park neighborhood. It was designed in 1926 by Gene Verge, Sr., who also built Buster Keaton's famed Italian villa. Audigier has listed it once before -- with a different brokerage and a marketing strategy that included throwing in a limited edition Rolls Royce with the sale. This time, he's added $1.5 million to the price tag and left out the car.
Last month, Audigier listed a Tudor in Los Angeles for $3.1 million. Like that home, the Hancock Park house shows off Audigier's nouveau taste, with designer touches throughout such as pink stools in the chef's kitchen, crystal chandeliers and upholstered leather headboards on beds. The master suite has a private terrace, and the pool includes a cabana and outdoor bar, kitchen and dining area.
The listing (see the gallery below) is held by John Duerler of Hancock Homes Realty.
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