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
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.
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