The Mulholland Drive mansion of Impact Theory's founder finally sells
Tom Bilyeu, protein bar baron and YouTuber, has officially offloaded another Los Angeles mansion that has been on the market for over two years. His even bigger Hollywood Hills house is still up for sale with a whopping $40 million asking price.
As per Rich Report, property has been on and off the market since late 2020, once for as much as $15 million, and was reduced twice before finally selling for exactly $10 million to an as-yet-unnamed buyer. The Bilyeus - co-owners of Impact Theory, a globally popular empowerment interview show - bought the Spanish Revival villa almost eight years ago for $1.7 million.
The six-bedroom, nine-bath home was built in 2008 and sits on a full acre of land in Beverly Hills Post Office. It doesn't appear to have undergone any changes during the Bilyeu's ownership. It features nearly 11,000 square feet of opulent living space adorned throughout with crown molding, vaulted ceilings, and arched doorways.
Highlights include a rotunda-topped foyer leading to two spacious living rooms with marble fireplaces and custom cut-stone floors, as well as a gourmet kitchen with Sub-Zero and Miele appliances. The upstairs master suite features a fireplace, mini-bar, private balcony, dual walk-in closets, and a luxury bathroom with a jetted tub. There are also media and game rooms, an office, and a wine cellar.
The park-like backyard offers plenty of outdoor seating and entertaining options, along with a freeform pool and raised spa surrounded by a sundeck, cabana and sports court. Furthermore, a spacious motorcourt out front offers parking for at least 20 vehicles and an attached two-car garage.
Despite selling their nutrition-based food company for a cool $1 billion three years ago, the Bilyeus still own an ultra-modern showpiece in the hills above Sunset Strip that they bought for $35.5 million.