The sellers of a Beverly Hills estate modeled after two holes at Augusta National Golf Club must be hoping for a hole in one.
Steve Dunn, founder of a toy supplier company, and Laura Dunn, an actress and journalist, are putting their 21,000-square-foot property on the market for $72 million, the Wall Street Journal reported.
The compound sits on about 10.5 acres and includes a guesthouse, two swimming pools, a tennis court, bocce court and two-hole golf course. The 17,500-square-foot main house also includes extravagant amenities such as a fireplace and Spanish doors from the 17th century, as well as an antique church altar in the wine cellar.
Joyce Rey, Stephen Apelian and Timothy Di Prizito of Coldwell Banker Global Luxury share the listing with Josh and Matt Altman of Douglas Elliman.
The Dunn family paid $11.2 million to acquire the main home and two adjacent sites in 2011. They then spent about $30 million on upgrades. The property is modeled after the 12th and 13th holes at the national golf club, which is in Augusta, Ga.
The Dunns are selling the home because they are in the process of divorcing.
Earlier this week, powerhouse agent Ari Emanuel put his Brentwood bachelor pad on the market for $19 million. The William Morris Endeavor co-CEO also recently filed for divorce from his wife, Sarah Addington.
The eight-figure listing is the latest in a series of pricey homes to hit the market recently. Luxury developer Nile Niami put his own West Hollywood property on the market last week for $55 million. The modern residence is just a tad bit cheaper than his other spec mansion for sale in Bel Air, listed at $65 million. [WSJ] — Natalie Hoberman