Fredrik Eklund lists “forever home” in Beverly Hills for $11M

“Million Dollar Listing” star bought the house in 2021, then remodeled it in pink and blush

Fredrik Eklund Lists Beverly Hills “Forever Home” for $11M
Fredrik Eklund and 9573 Lania Lane, Beverly Hills (Google Maps, Getty)

Never say forever.  Former “Million Dollar Listing” star Fredrik Eklund is selling his 5,700-square-foot “forever home” in Beverly Hills for $11 million.

The power broker with Douglas Elliman has listed the seven-bedroom, eight-bathroom house at 9573 Lania Lane, in Coldwater Canyon, according to the Robb Report.

The Swedish reality TV celebrity bought the East Coast traditional-style home in 2021 for $7 million. 

He and his artist husband Derek Kaplan then renovated it with the help of New York interior designer Paris Forino. Its dominant shades: pink and blush.

The two-story clapboard house, with black trim, lies on a third of an acre surrounded by mature olive trees and a lap pool and spa, at the end of a gated driveway.

Inside the home, featured two years ago in Architectural Digest, a double-height foyer topped by an Apparatus cloud chandelier leads to a sitting room with a copper-and-black marble fireplace. In the magazine story, Eklund called the property his “forever home.”

It includes a formal dining room with a necklace chandelier, a large living room with walls of glass that open onto the backyard, a blue-and-pink gourmet kitchen and breakfast nook, plus a den with a marble fireplace.

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There’s a screening room, gym, cold plunge, infrared sauna and an office that can be closed off with ribbed glass doors. A master bedroom has a fireside sitting area, balcony and a “boutique-worthy” walk-in closet.

Apart from the sales listing, the home was offered for lease at $50,000 per month.

Brokers Marcy Roth and Alexander Vichinsky of Douglas Elliman hold the listing.

Eklund, a longtime cast member for  “Million Dollar Listing: New York” and “Million Dollar Listing: Los Angeles,” quit the shows after 11 years early last year without giving a reason. He owns a home in Connecticut he bought in 2016 for nearly $3 million. He also has moved to Miami, where he’s expanding his real estate business, according to Robb.    

— Dana Bartholomew

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