Barry’s Bootcamp CEO scores $7M Hancock Park mansion

Joey Gonzalez and husband Jonathan Rollo recently had baby girl

TRD LOS ANGELES /
Apr.April 08, 2016 02:00 PM

Call it the house that interval training built.

Joey Gonzalez, the CEO of Barry’s Bootcamp, the celebrity fitness craze that’s swept the nation, has scooped up a $6.95 million mansion in Hancock Park with husband Jonathan Rollo, The Real Deal has learned.

The couple was likely in the market for a family home, since they recently welcomed a baby girl, Francesca Isabella Gonzollo, via surrogate in December.

The property, on South Rimpau Boulevard, has six bedrooms and eight bathrooms and features a two-story foyer, a library, a dining room and solarium. It dates back to 1927 and sits on 0.75 acres.

Barry’s, beloved by celebs including Kim Kardashian and Jake Gyllenhaal, has locations in New York, California, Boston, Florida and even in Norway and the U.K.


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