Has Davina ever sold the $ 75 million house on Selling Sunset?

24 November 2021, 09:53

Polly Foreman

By Polly Foreman

Is Netflix’s Selling Sunset $ 75 Million House Still On The Market? Here’s what we know …

Selling Sunset has shown us some of the most incredible homes in Los Angeles, but none have been as notorious as the $ 75 million mansion introduced in season three.

Considering its hefty price tag, the gorgeous house has proven to be very controversial throughout the series – Jason Oppenheim and many others insisting that it is overpriced.

While the house is undeniably amazing, it costs a lot more than other similar – and arguably better – houses in the Oppenheim Group books, but Davina Poratz insisted she could sell it for that price.

If you are wondering what is the fate of the house, we have the truth …

Davina struggled to sell the house on the show

Davina struggled to sell the house on the show.

Image: Netflix

Did the $ 75 Million House Sell?

Good news if you have $ 75 million in reserve in the bank and fancy a move to LA – the house indeed still seems to be on the market!

Mary Fitzgerald confirmed in April this year that the house was still for sale, telling Metro.co.uk: “Yes, it’s still on [the market].

“No one buys at this price, it always will be … Unless the price is halved, it will stay in the market.

“It’s someone’s style and tastes but… it’s in a great location. There are definitely some things that go well, but it’s very stylish and it’s completely overpriced, so that’s is a hard sell. “

The description of the house on the Oppenheim Group’s official Instagram reads: “A large contemporary Beverly Hills estate on over an acre of land, recently completed with meticulous attention to design and detail.

“Developed by Sen Properties, the 7-bedroom, 10-bathroom main residence features 15,605 square feet of elegant living spaces, including an elegant lobby, upscale chef’s kitchen, dining areas and bathrooms. elegant living spaces, – art cinema and gym, wine cellar, sumptuous owner’s suite with walk-in closets and bathrooms.

The seamless indoor / outdoor flow creates inviting spaces for resort-style entertainment and relaxation, including an outdoor kitchen and dining area, one of Beverly Hill’s largest and most beautiful pools, all surrounded lush landscaping and a huge grassy yard.

“Other unique features include an impressive futuristic automated canopy surrounding the property that can control natural ambient lighting, and a separate 2,690 square foot guesthouse with 2 beds, 2 baths, completing this superbly private resort. “

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