Anders Eisner lists Little Holmby estate for $24.5M flip

Son of former Disney CEO bought property for $7.4M in 2012

Apr.April 04, 2017 03:33 PM
Birchwood Drive home, Anders Eisner (MLS/Getty Images)

Anders Eisner, the son of former Walt Disney Company CEO Michael Eisner, is looking for a hefty return on his estate in the Little Holmby neighborhood.

An entity connected to Eisner, the co-founder and owner of vitamin drink company Activate, listed a property on Birchwood Drive this week with an asking price of $24.5 million, or $2,554 a square foot, The Real Deal has learned.

The home was one of the priciest home listings in LA last week.

The entity purchased the Spanish-style property in 2012 for a mere $7.4 million, or $771 a square foot, from actress and screenwriter Michele Lee, property records show.

The 9,593-square-foot property on Birchwood Drive has seven bedrooms, nine bathrooms and is minutes from the Los Angeles Country Club. It features vaulted wood ceilings, a theater, a gym and an arts and crafts room. Outside, there is a pool, half basketball court and treehouse.

While his siblings have followed in their father’s footsteps, launching careers in entertainment, the youngest Eisner went into the vitamin water business instead, creating Activate in 2008. He  became the sole owner of the Rising Beverage Company, which markets the brand, in 2014 after acquiring all of its financial interests from Tata Group.

Ben Bacal of Rodeo Realty has the listing.

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