Filed under: Estates
Today's estate isn't just a house, it's a lair, a true Los Angeles home for entertaining. The LA Times Hot Property column reports that nightclub mogul David Cooley, who started the Abbey Food and Bar in West Hollywood in the early 1990s, owns this four bedroom home in the Trousdale area of Beverly Hills. The home was built in 1964 but has been rebuilt and expanded by Cooley's real estate partner Scott Unger for indoor-outdoor living. City views can be seen through walls of class and the home sits on nearly half an acre so it has a little privacy. The master bedroom suite is a 2,000-square-foot space with a sitting room and cocktail bar, a massage room and dual walk-in closets. Outside there is a swimming pool and an outdoor wet room. It is listed at $9.195 million.
Gallery: Trousdale Lair