Rayni and Branden Williams’ new brokerage snags $58M Hollywood Hills listing

Los Angeles /
Nov.November 12, 2020 08:00 AM
Branden and Rayni Williams
Branden and Rayni Williams

UPDATED, Nov. 12, 11:10 a.m.: Months after quietly departing Hilton & Hyland to strike out on their own, Rayni and Branden Williams have a big Hollywood Hills listing.

The 17,000-square-foot estate, which is listed for $58 million, is owned by Bruno and Kyara Mascolo, who founded the hair care company Bed Head, the Wall Street Journal reported.

The property has seven bedrooms and sits on two acres of land. It hit Redfin late Thursday morning, advertising “explosive jetliner views, an aquatic spectacle of a lazy river surrounding its pool, and two guest villas.”

The Journal story is a rare instance of publicity for the Williamses, who registered with the state of California in July to launch Williams & Williams Real Estate, but have not discussed the new venture.

Kyara and Bruno Mascolo (Getty)
Kyara and Bruno Mascolo, owners of the Hollywood Hills mansion. (Getty)

The husband-and-wife sales team, a powerhouse of Los Angeles luxury real estate, had been with Hilton & Hyland for more than 10 years.

The duo brought most of their old business with them after leaving Hilton & Hyland. The listed properties on their website includes several homes for sale for more than $50 million. 

The Mascolos told the Journal they are selling the home because their children have grown and the house is too big for them. They purchased the Paul McLean-designed home for $13.9 million in 2013. [WSJ]Matthew Blake


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