The hilltop home of well-known British singer Robbie Williams has recently grabbed the attention of The Wall Street Journal. Represented by The Agency’s Mauricio Umansky and Jeff Kohl, the newly-renovated estate rests on almost a full acre of gorgeous greenery behind the gates of Mulholland Estates. Robbie and his wife, Ayda, have lived in the home for several years and are selling to “explore a new part of town.”
“Mr. Williams extensively renovated the house after buying it,” Jeff said of the home’s beautiful remodel. The family-friendly layout appeals to affluent individuals and families who desire resort-style living just minutes from the bustling city of L.A. The seven-bedroom retreat offers endless entertaining areas, including a formal dining room, kitchen with breakfast nook, gym, steam room, recording studio and generous two-room guest suite with kitchenette for visitors.
The master suite, however, may be the most stunning room in the home. The open floor plan in the bedroom is a sanctuary for its homeowner, with high ceilings, a separate seating area, a terrace with panoramic views of the city, a well-lit walk-in closet and, “A killer master bath,” as Robbie mentions in the article.
A private backyard provides family-friendly fun, where a pool equipped with a waterfall and spa is perfect for weekend afternoons, an outdoor dining area with a built-in television starts the day off right with morning news and coffee and a spacious lawn for practicing yoga poses or playing a pickup game of soccer.
To view more about 3312 Clerendon Road, view its listing page.
Read the full WSJ story here.