Newly Refreshed Former Beverly Hills Home of Will Arnett Re-Enters Market
It is almost two years since the actor Will Arnett of “BoJack Horseman” sold his home, a custom-built residence in Beverly Hills Post Office area of Los Angeles, to Australian actress Claire Holt (“The Vampire Diaries,” The Originals”) and her real estate executive husband Andrew Jablon for $7.85 million nearly two years ago.
There are numerous customizations that the style-savvy bicoastal couple, who have owned a home in Miami for a long time, have made to the property, and they have now returned the home to the market at $10.25 million.
After razing the house Arnett bought for about $2.85 million in 2013, he collaborated with the Santa Monica-based design firm Living Homes (now Plant Prefab Design Studio) and architect Suchi Reddy to construct a partly prefabricated residential confection inspired by the work of innovative architect Ray Kappe.
The house was partly prefabricated and partly prefabricated. As a result of the interlocking wood-and-glass cubic volumes in this project, which was completed in 2017, it was featured on the cover and throughout the pages of Dwell magazine for its striking appearance.
The 4,100-square-foot home is hidden behind thick foliage, a tall wall, and remote-controlled security gates, but it isn't overly large. A six-bedroom, four-and-a-half-bathroom L-shaped home with a glass tower that streams light throughout the foyer and stairwell overlooks a three-quarter-acre plot with serene sunset views.
The floating wall that separated the living room from the eat-in kitchen was removed recently to create a wider sweep of space along the house's glass walls. Additionally, the kitchen has been updated with new (and more eye-catching) countertops, while the living room features bespoke stone and white oak built-ins.
A gym was added, another room was converted into a plush and cozy home theater, and the sunset-view bathroom in the primary suite was completely renovated. As part of the renovation, Arnett's office and podcast/recording studio were converted into a deluxe guest suite and kitchenette above the two-car garage.
An expansive motor court in front of the house provides ample parking and turning space, while a garden alongside the house comes complete with a freestanding sauna, a built-in cold plunge, and an outdoor shower to promote an at-home spa lifestyle. Besides the infinity-edge swimming pool and spa, the grounds offer an outdoor fireplace and dining terrace surrounded by under-lit trees that create a sense of mystery and romance.
Newmark Residential's Steven Schaefer and Jay Luchs represent the property.