Last month, Guess co-founder Maurice Marciano closed on a redesigned and generously expanded 1955-built modern in Los Angeles. The 9,300 sq. ft. house came with a fairly heavyweight price tag: $35.5 million.
Weeks before, Marciano had listed his existing L.A. trophy spread, a 10,969 sq. ft. modern in Beverly Hills, with an asking price of $27.5 million. In the first week of this month, that house went to a new owner. The selling price? $25.4 million.
The 2015-vintage home sits on .62 acres in Trousdale Estates. Its design incorporates a water feature into the act of entry, a winning design flourish which never goes out of style. Interiors begin with a wide-open living area enhanced by a lengthy linear fireplace in an accent wall. Floor-to-ceiling glass panes and pocketing glass installations constitute the bulk of the home’s exterior walls.
A two-island kitchen, theater, and expansive master with another linear fireplace and two pocketing glass wall sections are among the home’s finer touches. A gym, a sauna, an entertainment space with a full-size wet bar, and a backyard pool round out the amenities list of the property.