LUXURY HOMES

What Happened to the $40M Hollywood Hills Mansion from Netflix’s Selling Sunset?

If you’re a fan of the show Selling Sunset,

the Netflix docu-soap series focused on the high-powered female brokers at Oppenheim Group

You're likely wondering...

what happened to the stunning  $40 million house with a wrap-around pool featured on Season 1 of the show.   We’re happy to bring you up to speed.

The jaw-dropping  Los Angeles mansion 

was the team’s most coveted listing, with each broker eyeing the $1.2 million commission that’d result from its sale.

The season ends on a cliffhanger,

as we don’t get to find out if anyone actually managed to make the sale and rake in the dough. Well, now we know.

The luxury mansion sold for $35.5 million, 

making it one of the biggest deals to close in the area. But unfortunately, it was Jason that got the commission, and not the girls. 

The lucky buyers? 

A couple of entrepreneurs/influencers who sometimes let us catch a glimpse of their million-dollar home on social media.

Tom and Lisa Bilyeu

famously co-founded billion-dollar food company Quest Nutrition (most known for its protein bars) and now rock the digital publishing space

With their new venture, Impact Theory,

a digital media production company focused on empowering content.

The power couple's Hollywood Hills home

is one of the largest homes ever built in the Hollywood Hills, and the last of this size built in the city — as the LA City Council voted to regulate the size of new homes in 2017.

It has 5 bedrooms and  9 bathrooms

and a collection of impressive amenities, like a 12-foot indoor cascading waterfall, a car showroom, a  state-of-the-art theater, and a fully equipped wellness center. 

But the highlight of the Hollywood Hills mansion

is the 163-foot wraparound infinity pool that opens up to killer views of the city.

With some of the best views in all of Hollywood,

and endless amenities, we’re sure the  new owners are enjoying their home. After all, they don’t make them like this anymore — at least not in the Hollywood Hills, the City Council says.

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