Design duo Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent’s
sprawling home is officially on the market. The stars of TLC’s listed their six-bedroom, seven-bathroom home for $13.8 million. The power couple originally bought this stunning estate in 2016 from Nate & Jeremiah By Design Friends co-creator Marta Kauffman for almost $8.5 million, and completely renovated it from the inside out. They added a distinct Mediterranean flair, while still staying true to the home’s historic charm.
Click through to see inside the serene space in Hancock Park.
The expansive 8,477-square-foot property is surrounded by lush palm trees.
The grand foyer’s 17th century marble floors and original iron railing nod to the home’s rich history—the estate was originally built in 1928.
In the formal living room, the neutral palette lets the delicately curved archways and windows shine.
The family room — complete with a plush sofa and a modern quilted accent chair — is Nate and Jeremiah’s favorite place to unwind at the end of a long day.
It’s all about the original, restored ceilings in the junior dining room. A crisp white cabinet is the perfect place to display an eclectic mix of
A set of double French doors with graphic black panelling lets the light in.
Rustic wooden panels line the walls of the home library, offering a cozy cabin vibe in the heart of the city.
This bistro-style kitchen is the perfect mix of old-meets-new with a dark marble backsplash and 19th-century French lanterns.
In the couple’s bedroom, soft textures and earthy tones warm up the space. A terrace attached to the master overlooks the rear gardens.
Would a celebrity home be complete without a jaw-dropping walk-in closet…
…especially one that has a two walls of shoe storage, a latter and a mid-century modern chair with a geometric gold side table?
His-and-his bathroom sinks in the principal bathroom are elevated with botanical wallpaper, gold sconces and marble-trimmed mirrors.
All eyes are on the shower thanks to the statement-making stone.
Daughter Poppy’s room is a pastel paradise, from the blush pink bed to the subtle wallpaper and old-fashioned chandelier. An eye-catching rug grounds the space.
In their son Oskar’s monochrome nursery, graphic black and white touches — like statement art, polka-dot venetian blinds and textured throws — draw the eye.
With multicolored tassels, textured stools and tons of toys, you can’t help but smile when you see the children’s playroom.
The property includes a five-bedroom guest house with a pottery studio, three parking garages and a motor court.
Relax under the L.A. sun in the entertaining lounge overlooking the organic gardens.
Run out of things to do? Take a dip in the Cipriani-style swimmers pool, then cook up an extravagant meal with the built-in BBQ and dine in the enclosed pavilion next to the pool. Sounds like the life, right?
Author: Victoria Christie
Room images, Christopher Dibble; Headshot,
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Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent