A $21 Million Brentwood Estate has been listed by Fullscreen's Founder
This newly built residence in Los Angeles' western reaches was purchased by George Strompolos four years ago. In 2018, AT&T's Otter Media fully acquired Fullscreen, a digital marketing agency and media company that is now defunct — and now the founder and former CEO has put his striking contemporary mansion back on the market for $6 million above what he paid for it.
The gray wood-sided structure, built and designed by Mosh and Schwab in 2018, offers canyon and mountain views from a secluded cul-de-sac behind a gated driveway off a cul-de-sac, on over half an acre. The listing describes the structure as the epitome of natural elegance and understated luxury. A total of seven bedrooms and nine baths are tucked into 9,200 square feet of DISC Interiors-designed living space, which boasts high ceilings, wide-plank hardwood floors, custom iron windows, artisan-crafted cabinetry and woodwork, and a seamless indoor/outdoor environment.
There is also a spacious family room, formal dining room with a butler's pantry, a gourmet kitchen with a marble-clad island, high-end stainless appliances and a breakfast nook with built-in banquette seating, plus a butler's pantry off the formal dining room. A guest bedroom with bathroom could easily be converted into an office as well as a living room, library, and mud room on this level.
Upstairs are four additional ensuite bedrooms, including a stunning master retreat with a large walk-in closet, balcony, and luxurious bath beneath a soaring vaulted ceiling. There is also a loft-style seating area and an infinity pool flanked by a gazebo, as well as a brick-lined terrace with fireplace and stately sycamore tree.
There are two more ensuite bedrooms, a gym, a movie theater, and a glass-enclosed wine room as well as a steam shower on the basement level. Furthermore, the space boasts a fully equipped outdoor kitchen, an al fresco dining area, and a grassy lawn with a playhouse for children.
A house on Point Dume purchased by Strompolos last year for $8.6 million suggests that he is moving to Malibu. Steamboat Springs, Colorado, is also home to a multimillion-dollar residence owned by him.