The world-famous American fashion designer Calvin Klein paid the incredible sum of $25 million (€22.4 million) for a new mansion in Hollywood Hills, Los Angeles, California developed by Dean McKillen, son of high-profile properties investor Paddy McKillen.
The contemporary mansion of 9,300 square feet [864 m2] has retractable glass walls from floor to ceiling, which open onto a grass field and an infinity pool with views of downtown Los Angeles and the Pacific ocean. The entrance has a bridge over a waterfall and a reflecting pool.
The master suite has a private terrace with a fireplace. There is also a garage for eight cars, a private cinema and an air-conditioned wine cellar near the dining room.
Calvin Klein put his Miami Beach mansion on the market in May for $16 million (€14.3 million). He also has homes in Manhattan and Southampton, NY.
Tyrone McKillen and Drew Fenton of Hilton & Hyland, an affiliate of Christie’s International Real Estate, were the agents in charge of the sale. The Agency Jeff Kohl represented Klein in the sale.
Photo source: Paul McClean