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Fashion mogul’s Beverly Hills custom home listed for $44M

Property comes with $1M in furnishings, including $400K in light fixtures alone
By Katherine Clarke | September 16, 2016 09:30AM

Charles Park's Beverly Hills custom home

Charles Park’s Beverly Hills custom home

A Beverly Hills custom home designed by fashion mogul Charles Park has been listed for $43.9 million.

Park, whose fashion labels include Pure Sugar, Sugarlips, Cream & Sugar and Jonesy, developed and designed the property in partnership with Samuel and Paul Oh of LA-based the Parks & Associates LLC. Aaron Kirman of John Aaroe Group and Drew Fenton of Hilton & Hyland share the exclusive listing.

“This is a family home, not just a party house,” Park said in a statement. “My goal wasn’t to impress a buyer walking through for an hour. Each decision was made to delight the buyer who will live in this house for a lifetime.”

The spec home's interior

The spec home’s interior

Records show a trust linked to Park bought the site, at 1231 Lago Vista Drive, for just $4.2 million in 2013, so the asking price likely represents a tidy profit.

The seven-bedroom, 11-bathroom home features a six-foot Mooi chandelier, two sets of floating staircases, a 600-bottle floating wine cellar, a home theater and an original Andy Warhol piece situated to greet visitors at the entrance. Park said that over $1 million had been spent on the furnishings.

Approximately $400,000 was spent just on lights imported from Belgium, which are “fully dimmable for endless ambience effects.”