We’ve seen this house in Brentwood before, and published a piece on it when Lindsey Buckingham sold it in July of 2019. It was purchased from the Fleetwood Mac guitarist by former WeWork vice chairman Michael Gross, who he recently listed it for sale on the open market with a $32 million asking price.
Buckingham had the 10,000 sq. ft. French manor-style custom built, and the house has seen a few renovations since Buckingham listed it. A general brightening and modernizing of the interior has been accomplished, but many of the more unique flourishes of the original vision have survived. A few examples include the unusually fine tile floor of the pool house and the marble fireplace, exposed timber and herringbone-pattern floors in the salon.
The property is a luxuriously meandering one, with outdoor living areas—patios covered and uncovered, sports court, lawns, pool and pool house—arranged across 1.2 acres of grounds. Accommodations are augmented by a guest house, which occupies the bays of the attached garage Buckingham had built back in the 2000s.