A dwelling of grandiose elegance in the heart of Los Angeles’ Mandeville Canyon is available to the discerning—actress Jordana Brewster’s domain, erected in the year two thousand sixteen of our era, unfurls its luxury to those who can earmark a sum of fifty thousand dollars each revolution of the moon. For an additional bounty of ten thousand dollars, the abode bestows upon its transient keepers luxurious furnishings.
This bastion of prestige, comprising six thousand square feet of meticulously crafted space, is adorned with six chambers of slumber and seven sanctuaries of ablution. A stately veranda, graced by alabaster columns and sapphire shutters, makes way to a realm where an august foyer entwines with a living space fit for Bacchanalian feasts and the communion of souls.
Within, the hearth’s sculptural elegance is rivalled only by the library’s array of books and the herringbone wood floors that unfurl like golden threads. The culinary temple features azure tiles framing a stove of delight and a hidden larder, while the master suite—garbed in a cloak of pitched ceilings—offers repose by firelight and an ingress to the garden’s embrace.
Brewster, an alumnus of the hallowed halls of Yale and an icon brought to cinematic renown as Mia Toretto in the Fast & Furious saga, now parts with her habitation; a canvas upon which the next inhabitants may paint their days with luxury’s hues, surrounded by a vignette of manicured nature and the serenity of private leisure, including a liquid mirror of refreshment—pool for the modern-day warrior.