Posted on 28 Oct
This beautifully rustic escape in Hidden Hills debuted to true Hollywood fanfare. Located in a guard-gated community, 5474 Jed Smith Road was designed by Scott Disick of Keeping Up with the Kardashians and his business partner, Benny Luciano. The home is represented by The Agency’s house flipping experts Kozet Luciano and Andre Manoukian—who are also co-stars of Disick’s new real estate show, Flip it Like Disick. Naturally, Disick’s star-studded family and friends were on hand to toast the unveiling of the home.
“There is a lot of buzz around properties in Hidden Hills, and this home is a beautiful example of the peaceful, private lifestyle the area provides,” says Kozet. “You can actually see the stars in the sky at night, hear the wind in the trees and enjoy living in L.A. in a totally fresh way.”
“This house is ready to be someone’s home. Everything about its vibe is warm and welcoming,” says Andre. “Scott designed every detail with great consideration—nearly every feature and amenity has a stylistic purpose and a great function. It’s a home that really invites you to put down roots.”
Before guests entered through the 5,663-square-foot home’s stunning 10-foot-tall pivot door, they were greeted by two Lamborghinis and two Ferraris (including the highly coveted LaFerrari), all provided by Calabasas Luxury Motorcars.
Inside, the home’s interiors meld contemporary style with rustic, farmhouse-inspired design—think vaulted ceilings with exposed wood beams, a chef’s kitchen with white oak cabinetry and Miele appliances and pocket doors that open to the picturesque backyard.
The estate’s breezy flow highlights the 1.3-acre homesite’s surrounding natural beauty—rolling hills, oak and eucalyptus trees and dense shrubbery provide a feeling of total peace and seclusion in a location that is just minutes from the shops and restaurants of Calabasas, and just over the hill from Malibu, Santa Monica and L.A.’s Westside.
In the backyard, DJ Devlovv spun beats near the edgeless pool and spa as Vogue Candles glowed alongside arrangements from The Sleepy Florist in the early autumn night. Guests opted for Virginia Black whiskey or Sauvignon Blanc and rosé from Malibu Rocky Oaks as they took in the home’s reclaimed wood pavilion and poolside lounge area.
In keeping with the home’s woodsy vibe, DCLA catering served up hearty lamb chops, beef tartare with imported osetra caviar, chicken skewers and a refreshing ahi tuna salad. For dessert, Butterlove and Hardwork served up 24-karat gold s’mores. See more event images below.