Interior designers Nate Burkus and Jeremiah Brent have listed their Architectural Digest-approved Spanish Colonial revival home in Hancock Park for $13.8 million.
Berkus and Brent purchased the 8,500-square-foot home in 2016 for $8.2 million and spruced up the interiors. It dates back to 1928. Some of its more elegant features include 17th-century marble floors, coffered ceilings, and a double-height entry foyer. There’s also marble furniture and marble fixtures in the bathrooms.
The house has five bedrooms, a screening room, dining room, and a panel-walled library. The property is two-thirds of an acre and includes a five-bedroom guesthouse, a 200-year-old oak tree, and landscaping throughout.
The home appeared in Architectural Digest last December. Brent said they went for a “very clean, masculine look,” and brought in both rustic and modern furnishings to play off each other. At the time, the couple said they planned to raise their two children there, but their plans have seemingly changed.