Actor Jonah Hill unloads charming Santa Monica Colonial

Now that Jonah Hill is quartered in posh new excavations in the gated community of Malibu Colony by the sea, the two-time Oscar nominee (“Moneyball”, “The Wolf of Wall Street”) no longer seems to need his other house. an attractive colonial gem in the city. Less than two years after paying $ 6.7 million for the Pied-a-Terre in Santa Monica, real estate records show he tacitly sold the home in a clandestine off-market deal.

Nicolas Dreyfus, CEO of Frame fashion brand, paid $ 7.2 million for the Santa Monica home that Hill bought in 2019 from singer-songwriter Jesse Jo Stark’s parents, Richard and Laurie Stark, who run popular Chrome jewelry / clothing line Own Hearts. So everything stays in the family!

While Hill socializes with his high-profile Malibu Colony neighbors – including Sting, Flea, John McEnroe, and Rob Reiner – or perhaps spends some time on the east coast in his posh Manhattan loft in the city’s NoHo neighborhood, Dreyfus will live here elegant four bedroom, four bath home on one of Santa Monica’s most desirable streets.

Nestled on the edge of the wooded Santa Monica Canyon, just blocks from Palisades Bluffs, the home is securely off the road behind ancient magnolia trees and gates. Inside, the 3,100 square meter living space includes a living room with a cozy wood-burning fireplace and built-ins, as well as a cleverly updated kitchen with high-end appliances from Wolf and Sub-Zero. An adjacent breakfast nook shares space with a brick-built pizza oven, and there is also a spacious study and formal dining room with French doors that open onto a bougainvillea-lined terrace.

The master retreat is located in its own private wing on the ground floor and features a fireplace and a luxurious marble bathroom with a chandelier, double vanities, a bathtub and a stand-alone shower. Two further bedrooms on the upper floor share a balcony that extends almost the entire length of the house; A guest house with one bedroom and a fireplace is also in the back yard, where visitors can enjoy an indoor sauna combined with outdoor lounging and alfresco dining on a secluded, tree-shaded brick deck, or perhaps bathe in the sparkling pool and spa adorn the picturesque 0.28 hectare site.

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