Check Out This $21 Million Home Owned by Peri Arenas
Peri Arenas is often referred to as a social butterfly and a fashionista. In fact, she was once named by Tatler as being one of Los Angeles’ social scene’s power players, along with big names such as Balthazar Getty, Paris Hilton, Kathy Hilton, China Chow, Billy Idol, and Rosetta. Arenas is also an heiress, as her grandfather is Jack Parker, who developed Le Parker Meridien hotel in Midtown Manhattan in the 1980s. The hotel became a popular option for animal-loving celebrities, as it was one of the few venues in Manhattan that welcomed pets. However, the hotel heiress is also making a name for herself on the fashion scene as she has a chic boutique on Robertson Boulevard in Los Angeles called Peri.A. She is now considered an emerging designer and one of the up-and-coming names on the fashion scene. A combination of her wealth as an heiress and her professional success means that Peri Arenas is an extremely wealthy woman. Her wealth means that she can live a luxurious lifestyle, including living in a stunning mansion. Arenas’ previous home was a unique condo in Manhattan’s Upper East Side. It was one of only two deluxe units in Ruxcroft House, a six-story limestone mansion constructed in the 1880s. Architect Richard Perry renovated the triplex, and it featured custom finishes by Jonathan Adler. Arenas sold the top-of-the-range triplex in 2013 for more than $18 million. Peri Arenas and her husband, filmmaker Nachos Arenas, also owned a three-acre estate in the Hamptons’ Water Mill Area. The couple sold the estate in 2018 for a reported $2.1 million. After selling this property, the Arenas decided to move from Manhattan and head West. They then bought a contemporary mansion in Los Angeles’ Brentwood area, paying $11.5 million for the property. They have now decided to list this property for sale, with a hefty price tag of $21 million. Here is a look at Peri Arenas’ property that she has recently put on the market.
An Overview of Peri Arenas’ Brentwood Mansion
Arenas’ home in Brentwood was designed by acclaimed architect Paul McClean, who is a specialist in designing modern mansions. The expansive interior of the mansion is almost 10,000-square-feet, and it sits on a lot measuring 0.72 acres, and it boasts six bedrooms, seven full bathrooms, and two half bathrooms.
Inside the Stunning Los Angeles Pad
The interior of Peri Arenas’ two-story Brentwood mansion has a neutral color scheme throughout, although each room has accessories or decorative features that add pops of color to the house. Another feature that runs throughout this contemporary property is pale wood flooring, which gives the interior a Scandinavian feel. In the living room, there is a full wall of sliding glass panels that open out to the garden. A contemporary fireplace is embedded into a partial wall that features wood-effect tiling. Currently, the living room has a large, free-form sofa. The spacious kitchen has glossy gray cabinets and white countertops. A breakfast bar area extends from the kitchen island at a right angle, and a dining table sits by the sliding glass doors. Therefore, there are various seating options in the kitchen. In addition to the sliding glass doors, there is a large window, so the kitchen is flooded with natural light. At the far end of the kitchen, there is a bar area with an in-built wine rack. One of the most versatile rooms in the property is a multifunctional room that is currently used as both a library and a games room. One wall is lined with bookshelves, and the room accommodates a foosball table and a small table for reading or playing board games. There are six bedrooms in this house, and the primary bedroom is on the lower story of the house. It has sliding glass doors that overlook the garden. It has a similar feature wall and contemporary fireplace as seen in the living room. The master bedroom has an ensuite bathroom that has a freestanding soaking tub, a dual vanity, a double shower with sliding glass doors, and metal shelving for towels and toiletries.
The Grounds of the Luxurious Brentwood Home
Arenas’ house is set along a busy yet visually appealing boulevard. Despite the boulevard being busy, Arenas’ home is out of sight and protected from any traffic noise as it sits behind tall hedges and tall security gates. Further privacy and insulation from outdoor noise are provided by a wall constructed from frosted green-glass panels that run around an inner courtyard. In the courtyard, a paved pathway separates two pools of water. Beyond these water features, there are raised and paved seating areas with seats with unique chairs that look like pieces of contemporary art. Directly behind the house, there is a spacious loggia with ceiling heaters and comfortable settees, says Dirt.com. The loggia’s pillar features gray tiling and a painted design of a hand pointing upwards with a brick design. Beyond the loggia, there is a patio area with sun loungers that is lined with flowers and shrubbery.
There is also an outdoor dining suite, so the loggia is the ideal space for entertaining guests. Alongside the patio is a rectangular swimming pool, where the property’s new owners can take a dip to cool off from the Californian sunshine. There is also an inbuilt spa that is on a higher level than the pool. On the opposite side of the pool from the patio is a lawned area. The rear garden is surrounded by hedges and tall, mature trees that offer privacy in the outdoor space. Within the grounds, there is a detached guest house. It offers separate accommodation for visitors, so the new owners of Peri Arenas’ mansion can retain their privacy if guests come to stay. The guest house also boasts a glass-walled gym, which has the potential to use for further guest accommodation or as a home office.