TV personality Scott Disick picked up this Hidden Hills traditional-style home in the spring of last year for $3.2 million. At the time of his purchase, the house displayed conspicuous evidence of a major overhaul—which left the ranch aspiring to be a mansion. A ransion, perhaps.
The combo of stuffy grandiosity and bland 1960s suburbia made for one seriously clunky contrivance, so Mr. Disick set about commissioning another major overhaul. Which leaves us in the present in the strongest possible terms: the home’s third identity is contemporary. And the price is $6.9 million.
The third time around at architectural expression was the charm for the buyer looking for a home with a postmodern veneer. Inspired by farmhouse and industrial styles, the exterior uses raw (and possibly reclaimed) timber and vertical clapboard and steel-framed windows to set the tone.
The interiors are warm and open—plentiful wood, and multiple sets of Fleetwood doors. The master is tailored to millennial tastes, with a simple, spacious feel uncluttered by ornament, and folding glass opening to the pool.
The lot is considerably sized: 1.33 acres. An ideal property, then, for the hobbyist equestrian in search of the Hidden Hills lifestyle.
Those who keep up with the Kardashian clan shenanigans will be familiar with Scott Disick. He has been a fixture on the reality program for several years.