Fashion Designer Jeremy Scott Lists Hollywood Hills Home (EXCLUSIVE)

SELLER: Jeremy Scott
LOCATION: Los Angeles, CA
PRICE: $1,875,000
SIZE: 2,160 square feet, 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms

YOUR MAMA’S NOTES: Iconoclast fashion designer Jeremy Scott, creative director of the innovative, eccentric and sometimes brazenly outlandish Italian fashion house Moschino, sent his former home in the star-studded Outpost Estates neighborhood in the foothills above Hollywood down the real estate runway with a price tag of $1.875 million. The Missouri bred fashionista, who in addition to his duties at Moschino also heads up his own eponymous label, acquired the 2,160-square-foot hillside home in August 2003 for $1,057,000.

The fully updated and upgraded, circa 1930s streamline modern ranch-style affair, with an arguably clunky and incongruous terra cotta tile roof, features glam-tinged interior spaces with gallery white walls, lustrous ebony hardwoods and extensive use of glass that provide panoramic canyon and mountain views. The long and slender living room has a TV-surmounted fireplace and a grand piano set into in a tri-window bay and the adjacent dining room features a glamorously curved wall of floor-to-ceiling glass panels that slide open to a slender, tree-shaded terrazzo veranda. The single-story residence sits atop a two-car garage with three bedrooms and three bathrooms, including a master suite with fireplace set into a wall of custom-crafted storage cabinets. A funky but carefully arranged arrangement of corner windows allows for an over-the trees view of the downtown skyline and the master bathroom has what listing descriptions call a “walk in hot tub bath” plus a steam shower.

Mister Scott, subject of the 2015 documentary “Jeremy Scott: The People’s Designer,” has become a darling of the property gossip columns over the last few years having spent many pretty pennies on a pair of tour-de-force architectural icons, one in Los Angeles, the other in Palm Springs and both designed by maverick architect John Lautner. In July 2014 he paid $3.25 million for the carefully restored 1947 Foster-Carling residence, a 1,999 square foot, glass-walled city-view pavilion with two bedrooms and two bathrooms perched on a promontory high in the Hollywood hills that was featured in Vogue, and last year he coughed up $8 million in cash for the boldly idiosyncratic and internationally renown Elrod House, a spectacular 8,901-square-foot extravaganza with a monumental 60-foot diameter circular living room and a cinematic view over the whole of Palm Springs.

listing photos: John Aaroe Group

Filed Under:

Post A Comment 1

Leave a Reply

1 Comment

Comments are moderated. They may be edited for clarity and reprinting in whole or in part in Variety publications.

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s

  1. Me says:

    Yes, usually people of this caliber do not get mortgages unless they are posers.

More Dirt News from Variety

Loading