Josh and Heather Altman Buy Big Los Angeles House – DIRT

Could one of L.A.’s most successful real estate couples have found a new place to call home? It’s no secret that Josh and Heather Altman have been seeking a buyer for their revamped Beverly Hills mansion, having hoisted that stylish place onto the market last summer for $12 million. Now the married real estate partners have pulled the trigger on another property in Bel Air.

Records indicate the longtime “Million Dollar Listing: Los Angeles” cast members recently doled out $6.1 million in an off-market deal for a palatial estate in the foothills of the Santa Monica Mountains. Apparently, they snagged quite a deal on the two-parcel property; it was listed at one time for upwards of $19 million, though it appears to have been foreclosed upon last year and was last listed in January at $7.8 million.

Described as a “contemporary New England-style Hamptons compound” in listings, the sprawling complex was built in 2019. Resting on a two-acre property, atop a private street in lower Bel Air, the striking all-white estate includes a large main house, decked-out guesthouse and three-car garage.

A gated driveway passes through a porte-cochere beneath the guesthouse and empties out at a motorcourt. Once inside, the main house boasts a little over 12,700 square feet of living space on three levels rife with crisp white interiors complemented by blonde hardwood floors and soaring ceilings. A wealth of windows overlook sweeping canyon and greenbelt vistas from almost every vantage point.

The first level opens to a trio of patios, and is highlighted by formal living and dining rooms, and a gourmet kitchen outfitted with high-end stainless appliances, an eat-in island and breakfast nook. Elsewhere in the home is a movie theater, plus a luxe master retreat with dual closets and baths; and outdoors, a 70-foot lap pool and spa is flanked by an expansive sundeck and open-air cabana sporting a barbecue setup.

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