Husband-and-wife builders to list spec home in Pacific Palisades for $20M

The European farmhouse-style home borders Will Rogers State Park

Oct.October 13, 2017 08:00 AM
Pacific Palisades

It’s not everyday that a home in Los Angeles comes with easy access to both horses and a butterfly retreat.

A Pacific Palisades spec home, consisting of two separate wings joined by an interior footbridge, will soon hit the market for $20 million, the Wall Street Journal reported.

Designer and developer couple Eliana and David Rokach built the 14,000-square-foot property to include ten bedrooms, nine bathrooms and two half-bathrooms. Other amenities at the home include a 20-foot swimming pool, a bocce ball court, garage parking for up to 10 cars, a tree house and a running creek.

Located in Rustic Canyon, the home sits near the Will Rogers State Park, a popular destination for horseback riding. Monarch butterflies also surround the property, thanks to the help of a landscape architect who planted a food source.

Aaron Kirman of John Aaroe Group and Santiago Arana of the Agency have the listing.

The Rokach duo previously built another home in the same neighborhood. It sold last year for $6.79 million, according to the Journal. [WSJ] Natalie Hoberman

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