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Clothing designer lists Bel Air home for $35M

Serge Azria doled out $21M for the mansion in 2011
March 17, 2017 05:00PM

Serge Azria and his home on Siena Way

His designs, while pricey, may not rival Gucci prices — but Serge Azria’s Bel Air abode is asking a top-of-the-market rate.

Azria — founder of clothing lines Joie, Equipment, and Current/Elliott — recently listed his home for $35 million, Variety reported. He acquired it not quite six years ago for $21 million.

Designed by architect Paul Williams and more recently updated by its previous owner, house flipper Sandy Gallin, the 12,000-square-foot mansion contains seven bedrooms and 12 bathrooms. It features a foyer with a curved staircase, a spacious kitchen, a media lounge, a wine cellar, a fitness facility with spa, a billiards room, and at least seven fireplaces.

The backyard is filled by an infinity-pool the size of one-third of a football field. Kurt Rappaport of Westside Estate Agency has the pocket listing.

Azria, the brother of fellow designer Max Azria, owns quite the portfolio of luxury homes in L.A. In addition to this Bel Air compound, his Point Dume residence is for lease at $27,500 a month. Nearby in Paradise Cove, he also owns a nearly seven-acre estate he purchased for $41 million in 2013. [Variety]Cathaleen Chen