Nile Niami is asking $55M for his own mansion in WeHo

Niami's house has many of the over-the-top features of his spec mansions

Nile Niami (Credit: Youtube)
Nile Niami (Credit: Youtube)

Spec mansion developer Nile Niami has listed his own bachelor pad manse in West Hollywood for $55 million. And it’s about what one would expect from one of the kings of the Los Angeles spec mansion scene.

The 14,000 square foot home shares many of the over-the-top features of the other multi-million-dollar mansions Niami has become known for. Like those properties, Niami’s 14,000-square-foot home is full of custom artwork and has sleek interiors with lots of dark marble and white walls, according to the Wall Street Journal.

The six-bedroom, 10-bath home has numerous eye-catching features, including a glass-bottomed pool on the second floor suspended above another pool on the first floor. The mansion is replete with “wellness” facilities, including a cold-therapy chamber, a sensory deprivation tank, and a yoga room with plant walls.

Nile Niami’s WeHo mansion

There are also the usual high-end mansion features, including a movie theater, wine room, and gym.

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The property “lends itself to someone in search of the L.A. life of wellness, or a very sexually charged home,” listing agent Rayni Williams told the Journal. “It has a very sexual energy.”

Despite being considerably smaller, the price tag of the West Hollywood home is on the level of Niami’s latest spec build to hit the market, a 27,000-square-foot mansion in Bel Air that overlooks the Bel Air Country Club. Its currently listed for $65 million.

Nile Niami’s WeHo mansion

These homes are merely an appetizer to Niami’s opus. Not The Opus — that’s the name of another one of his mansions — but his largest and most expensive project yet: a 100,000-square-foot hilltop megamansion in Bel Air he’s dubbed The One.

Niami intends to list The One for $500 million. The home has 20 bedrooms, four infinity pools, a room with walls and ceilings made out of jellyfish tanks, and a slew of other over-the-top features. [WSJ]Dennis Lynch