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“Rat Pack” spec home in Beverly Hills hits market for $28M

Developer Patrick Mirahmadi built manse on site of Dean Martin's longtime estate
By Cathaleen Chen | June 06, 2017 05:30PM

Dean Martin and the spec home at 2002 Loma Vista Drive (Credit: Getty, Jade Mills)

UPDATED, 10:50 a.m., June 7: Does this house make you drool just like a pasta fazool?

A spec mansion on the site of Dean Martin’s longtime Trousdale Estate, built to incorporate what its developer calls “Rat Pack glamour,” just hit the market for $27.95 million.

The style of the more than 10,000-square-foot home at 2002 Loma Vista Drive is reminiscent of the mid-century architecture from the original estate, but with a modern twist, developer Patrik Mirahmadi told The Real Deal.

The five-bedroom, 9.5-bath pad features open-plan living areas, 12-foot ceilings, a full-size theater, a gym and a massage room. Jade Mills of Coldwell Banker has the listing.

Dean Martin called the site home between 1988 and 1995. David Janssen, known for his role as Dr. Richard Kimble in the TV series “The Fugitive, also called this property home before Martin.

The spec home garage (Jade Mills)

The property last traded hands in 2014 for $3.9 million, property records show. Mirahmadi, who has developed a handful of homes in Los Angeles, spent $10 million building the spec mansion on the site, he said.

The privacy of the near-acre spread — which sits behind a 200-foot driveway — and its size make it especially attractive to famous people, Mrahmadi said.

“There’s no risk for paparazzi,” he said.
Correction: A previous version of this story misstated that Martin sold the home to actor David Janssen. Janssen owned the home before Martin.