David Spade Quickly Sells His Longtime Beverly Hills Modern for $19.5M
Just recently in January, actor David Spade listed a beautiful modern in Beverly Hills, his LA home since 2001. Asking $19.995 million, no small sum to say the least, it didn’t take long at all for a deal to close. In February, the movie star officially parted ways with the hilltop Trousdale Estates mansion for a slightly discounted $19.5 million. For a home in this price range to find a buyer and close within roughly a month of listing shows the strength of the luxury market, which can be observed from coast to coast.
The new owner of this circa-1978 stunner, designed by architect Edward Fickett, FAIA, is in for a treat. Wrapped in glass, the mansion provides 6,426 square feet of interiors with four bedrooms and seven bathrooms. The great room with 20-foot ceilings and the indoor tree growing along the staircase are the interiors’ undeniable showstoppers. But, even when you’re inside, floor-to-ceiling windows don’t make it feel that way. Constantly connected to the sun-kissed spaces beyond, such as the pool or patio, indoor/outdoor living can be an everyday affair. Sweeping views of Los Angeles are also a highlight of living here, especially while lounging poolside.
With amenities like a flood-lit tennis court and fire pit adding to the glamour, and possibilities for entertaining, it’s no wonder the comedian hung onto the home so long. Spade didn’t move far, however. Late last year, the actor bought another modern in the iconic 90120 zip code for $13.85 million.
Stuart Vettrick of Hilton & Hyland held this listing, while Rayni Williams and Branden Williams of The Beverly Hills Estates repped the buyer.