Serial entrepreneur-turned-tech investor Ibrahim AlHusseini is parting ways with his modern digs in Brentwood’s coveted Crestwood Hills neighborhood.
The venture capitalist is best known for founding FullCycle, an infrastructure investment firm focused on reversing the effects of climate change by accelerating the deployment of climate-restoring technologies.
The sustainability-focused entrepreneur was also an early investor in pioneering companies like Tesla Motors, Infenera, Bloom Energy, and Proteus Energy, as well as Aspiration Inc., WePower, Cadence Health, Thrive Market, and CleanChoice Energy, among others.
Now, AlHusseini’s next move is to unload his striking architectural home, a newly built hillside lair with expansive living spaces, eco-friendly details, and ultra-high-end finishes throughout.
Set in the upscale Crestwood Hill community in Brentwood — considered to be a jewel box of single-family homes designed by master midcentury architects with a killer location in a canyon high above Sunset Boulevard — the property was first listed in late June for close to $6.5 million.
The price was then reduced to $5,980,000, with F. Ron Smith, David Berg and Pariza Schnider of Smith & Berg Partners at Compass holding the listing.
Touted as a luxurious reimagining of the classic midcentury home, Ibrahim AlHusseini’s house features a completely renovated interior with sweeping canyon views.
It is also being offered fully furnished with a curated collection of custom furnishings, ornate finishes, and fine art from around the world.
The main entrance features a Japanese-imported Yakisugi front door and bonsai adorned atrium that leads to the open-concept living space.
Here, a chic palette of luxurious stone and reflective glass is accented by unique designer details, and floor-to-ceiling windows provide natural light throughout the day.
Each of the four bedrooms is uniquely decorated by renowned French designer Christian Liaigre with bedding by Duxiana, while the primary suite comes with a private balcony, double closets, and an oversized tub with a shower.
The house comes equipped with the latest technology for entertainment, comfort, and sustainability, including a full automation system, Lutron Solar System lighting, home theater and surround sound from Bang & Olufsen, a home gym, and much more.
Given the property’s standout location, its wraparound balcony and deck provide expansive outdoor space for every occasion, with a built-in spa and panoramic views of the city and canyon below.
It’s also worth noting that AlHusseini is selling the house complete with designer furnishings from Minotti, Mass Beverly, Holly Hunt, and more upscale brand names, along with work from fine art photographer Ahmet Ertug. However, these are separately available for sale.
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