Sylvester Stallone spends $18 million on Hidden Hills Home | Architectural Summary

Just months after selling his Beverly Hills property to Adele for $52 million less than its original asking price, Sylvester Stallone has bought a traditional-style home, according to Dirt. Located in Hidden Hills, one of the most star-studded gated communities in the San Fernando Valley, the property has over 10,000 square feet of living space spread among four different structures on two and a quarter acres of land. It’s hard to imagine any other situation where a move to such a decadent property would be considered downsizing.

The property is the perfect place to enjoy the outdoors, but not just basking in the sun: 100 citrus and avocado fruit trees are within easy reach for picking, as well as an arena for horseback riding. , a koi pond to walk around and vines. covered loggias to rest under. Of course, the property also flaunts a swimming pool, which sits down a stone path from the main courtyard, with a sunken spa and adjacent pool house.

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There are four bedrooms and six and a half bathrooms spread across the various structures, which include a main house, guest house, and stable, as well as the aforementioned pool house. There’s plenty more room for entertaining in the main house, which the previous owner had decorated by Kardashian’s favorite interior designer, Martyn Lawrence Bullard. The master suite commands attention with its oversized boutique-style double closets and spacious bedroom that includes a sitting area. The adjoining bathroom is a real oasis, with two basins, a bathtub and an elegant shower.