Jeremi Gorman is one of the most successful women in the tech industry. She began her career at Monster.com, where she worked in the marketing department. Gorman was then the director of sales at Variety, before spending stints working for both Amazon and Yahoo. Since 2018, Jeremi Gorman has been the Chief Business Officer of SNAP, Inc., after she replaced Imran Khan. While she has been with Snap, she has revolutionized the company’s ad business. Over the last year, the company’s market cap has more than tripled, and Gorman has been credited with making a significant contribution to this progression. Due to her career success, she has become a wealthy woman. According to Wallmine, she has an annual salary of more than $22 million and owns SNAP stock worth over $124 million. Over the last two years, she has also sold stock worth almost $30 million. With so much money in the bank, her recent purchase of a house in Hermosa for $15.8 million was a mere drop in the ocean for Gorman. Here is an overview of the property she recently purchased.
An Overview of Jeremi Gorman’s Hermosa Home
Jeremi Gorman’s new home was built in a Mediterranean style in 2009. Businessman Eric Choi previously owned the property and has sold it o Gorman for $15.8 million. The property is Hermosa in Los Angeles’ South Bay. It sits in an elevated position on a plot of more than half an acre at the top of the hill. Therefore, there are stunning views that span across the surrounding town and the sea from both inside and outside the property. The modest neighboring estate is owned by Jimmy Kemmel, says Dirt.com.
Inside the Luxurious Property
Most of the main level has an open plan design, which gives the property the sense of having even more space. Some features run throughout the property, such as the wide-planked hardwood floors, the large windows, and the white walls. However, each room also has unique features, and the ceilings vary from one area to the next, which defines the different spaces and creates points of interest. For example, in the formal open-plan living and dining room, the ceilings create clarity for the differing spaces. While the living area has a beamed ceiling, the dining section of the room has an arched ceiling, In the formal living room, the furniture is arranged around a fireplace, and there are double doors opening out onto the terrace. Further living space is provided by the large family and games room, which is on the lower level of the house and is reached via a spiral staircase. It is a vast space with a tiled floor and a beamed ceiling. There is enough room to accommodate a living area that is set up in front of a huge, wall-mounted television screen, a pool table, and a stone-topped wet bar. From the family room, there are double doors leading to a patio area outside.
Adjacent to the family and games room is a wine cellar that holds 1,000 wine bottles. Unusually, that is not the only place for wine storage in this spacious residence, as there is also a wine room on the upper level that can accommodate a further 1,500 bottles of wine. While having a kitchen is essential in any home, Gorman’s property boasts no less than three. In the main house, the primary kitchen is a gourmet kitchen, and there is also a service kitchen. A further kitchen is found in the guest house. In the property’s main kitchen, there is cream cabinetry on the walls and white marble countertops, while the island has natural wood cabinets topped with a dark gray marble countertop. The island houses a second sink, and it also acts as an informal dining space as it is surrounded by breakfast bar stools. From the kitchen, there are double doors leading out onto the outdoor dining deck. Just off the kitchen is a small, informal lounge with double doors, and it overlooks the terrace. There are four bedrooms in the main property, and the master suite is the largest and most luxurious of these. The master suite has a fireplace, a vaulted, beamed ceiling, and double doors leading out to the balcony. An ensuite bathroom leads from the master bedroom, and it has a vanity unit with double sinks and a double shower with gray tiled walls. To the center of the bathroom is an oversized soaking tub with taps in the middle so that two people can sit at opposite ends of the tub,
The Grounds of Jeremi Gorman’s House
A white wall encloses the front of the three-story property, which is entered via a gated driveway. The long driveway leads to an attached three-stall garage that can accommodate six cars, and each of the stalls has a hydraulic lift. Parking is also available on the forecourt and driveway. To the rear of the property, steps lead down to a stone-paved terrace surrounding a Grecian-inspired outdoor swimming pool. There is also a curved external staircase leading from the upper level of the property that gives access to the pool area. Mature trees surround the pool and patio area. At one side of the pool is a glass-walled pavilion that has a fireplace. It also boasts a unique glass floor that looks into the covered patio that sits below. To the other side of the pool, there is a fire pit, an outdoor kitchen, and a partially-covered patio with comfortable settees, and a decked alfresco dining area. A further patio area runs along the side of the house. There is also a guest house on the property’s grounds, which is ideal if Jeremi Gorman wants to invite guests to stay without them invading her personal space. The guest house has two bedrooms, two bathrooms, a living room, and its own kitchen.