Will Arnett Lists His Glass House in The Hills for $11M

Will Arnett, star of the hit Netflix show Bojack Horseman, is letting go of his custom Beverly Hills home for nearly $11,000,000. The actor acquired the property for $2.86M back in 2015, according to public records. 

Architect Suchi Reddy, and Living Homes, collaborated on this glass-and-steel estate worthy of the Dwell magazine cover it got.

The place was completed in 2017, and features five bedrooms, four and a half bathrooms, a gym, a guest wing, and a recording studio. The property is 4,000 sq ft of living space, in which light and natural air flows throughout the open layout through floor to ceiling windows. The spacious and modern estate accounts sits on a 0.76-acre- lot and has a formal living room, an open kitchen with built-in details in the dining area, a private office that can be also converted into a guest room, and a master suite at the top floor that includes a private terrace and a bathroom one could play baseball in.

The exclusive outdoor amenities are comfortable, yet astonishing. They include an infinity pool and spa, a barbecue station, a fireplace, and dining areas. Treetops adorn the extensive yard which was shrunken to include two garage spaces, totaling six parking areas.

The gated residence is not the first estate the Canadian native listed in the U.S.. In 2017, the actor sold his share of the West Village condos in NYC to his ex-wife, Amy Poehler, after their split in 2016. The “Baby Mama” actress bought the share for $6.49M. Both properties reportedly merged into one unit.

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