Bee Shaffer's Fiancé Francesco Carrozzini Quickly Finds a Buyer for His Beverly Hills Home

The Marshal Lewis-designed modern home features breezy open living spaces.Photographer and filmmaker Francesco Carrozzini, son of late Vogue Italia editor in chief Franca Sozzani, put his Beverly Hills home on the market just 2 months ago, but it appears to have already found a buyer. Carrozzini, who got engaged to Anna Wintour’s daughter Bee Shaffer in March, bought the home for $5.4M in 2015 and was asking just shy of $7M for it.

Sited on 3.8 acres on a coveted gated street, the Marshal Lewis-designed modern home features a breezy open floor plan and walls of glass that take advantage of the surrounding canyon views. Its 5,446-square-foot interiors are flooded with natural sunlight and given Carrozzini’s profession, it comes as no surprise that there is an enviable home screening room. Additional highlights include a gym, manicured gardens and a resort-like swimming pool.

Westside Estate Agency’s Carl Gambino and Coldwell Banker’s Steve Frankel are co-listing the property, which The Observer reported.  

The master bedroom accesses a private balcony. There is an enviable home theater. A peek at the modern kitchen. The house was designed by Marshal Lewis. There is a resort-like pool in the backyard.