A Sustainability-Focused Entrepreneur’s Zen Brentwood Home Seeks $6.5M

FullCycle, an investment firm founded by Ibrahim AlHusseini, focuses on reversing the effects of climate change by accelerating the deployment of climate-restoring technologies. An early investor in Telsa as well, AlHusseini makes sustainability his mission. Bringing his work home, the entrepreneur’s eco-friendly Brentwood home boasts beauty one can feel good about. Perched on a hillside, the circa-1967 mansion has undergone renovations to make it what it is today and recently listed for $6.498 million.

Hidden from street view, the Shou Sugi Ban front door awaits down a discreet staircase. Once past the beautifully-lit trees and bonsai atrium, guests will see a jaw-dropping open-concept entrance of reflective glass and stone. Large windows and L.A. views define the aesthetic of the zen home, illuminating all 4,451 square feet of interior living space.

The main floor is the place to be, where a sophisticated kitchen with a 1960s Murano chandelier flows seamlessly into a dining space accented by pieces of art. Brentwood never gets too cold, but heated floors are underfoot throughout to add a cozy touch. And the outdoor decks, where one can entertain under the California sky, are likely to come in handy year-round.

In line with AlHusseini’s investment values, the home is equipped with an Aquasana water filtration system and solar panels, as well as more smart technology to live comfortably and sustainably. As if the spread couldn’t be any more enticing, the rooms are full of available furnishings. It holds pieces from designers like Minotti, Christian Liaigre, Holly Hunt, and Ralph Lauren, as well as fine art from photographers, all individually for sale if a buyer should be interested.

F. Ron Smith, David Berg and Parisa Schnider of Smith & Berg Partners at Compass hold this listing.