George Raun, the co-founder of online coupon service Honey, has listed his LA mansion for an eye-watering $150 million.
With 360 degree views of LA, the compound is an architectural masterpiece.
The Bel Air home is stunning on the inside, but it’s the outdoor living space that makes this property an entertainer’s dream.
The almost 21,000 square foot LA mansion is listed for $150 million, meaning it’s more than $7000 per square foot.
For that price, the Stradella Court home listed by Compass offers nine bedrooms and 14 bathrooms.
It boasts 360-degree views of LA, from outside and inside the house.
The mansion was designed by globally acclaimed architecture firm Saota.
To take advantage of the incredible view, the master bedroom has floor-to-ceiling windows.
And it opens out onto an expansive terrace.
Outside, there’s a stunning infinity pool that overlooks the city as well.
The entire backyard is a stunning outdoor entertaining space, with a sunken fire pit, secluded cabana areas, and an outdoor kitchen.
Of course, there’s also an incredible chef’s kitchen inside with Miele and Gaggenau appliances.
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The living areas at the centre of the home are designed with an open plan, to flow from one another.
Unsurprisingly, there’s also a dirty kitchen for staff to use, which adjoins the staff’s own private quarters.
Throughout the Honey co-founder’s mansion, there’s extensive use of lavish materials, including quartzite for kitchen counters and marble in the wardrobes and bathrooms.
A gym and private spas also feature in the incredible residence.
Plus, there’s even a detached guesthouse with its own pool just to round out the package.
LA mansion owner George Raun
It’s unsurprising George Raun was able to build a mansion of this value and level of luxury, as Honey was acquired by PayPal for $4 billion in 2020.
Raun bought the unfinished property after the acquisition, before having it finished by Woods + Dangaran architects.