More than a decade after he paid singer Christina Aguilera $4.7 million for her sexy Hollywood Hills bachelorette pad, Beautyblender president and ex-Shiseido exec Carsten Fischer is ready to let it go, this time for a substantially increased $10 million. And though there probably isn’t a “Genie in a Bottle” anywhere to be found in the Steve Hermann-designed digs, there are certainly amenities aplenty — floor-to-ceiling walls of glass framing ocean and city views, a 12-person spa flanked by a fireplace and plush screening room serviced by a full wet bar.
Once owned by Liza Minnelli and her film producer husband Jack Haley Jr., the house is nestled at the end of a secluded cul-de-sac and surrounded by massive homes — some of them valued at well over $20 million. The gated stucco and stacked-stone structure is fronted by an attached two-car garage. Inside, four bedrooms and 5.5 bathrooms are spread across 6,500 square feet of chicly retro living space punctuated throughout by marble, black terrazzo and walnut floors, all of them paired with zebra wood paneling, exposed-beam ceilings, clerestory windows and skylights.
Among the highlights: a family room with a sunken conversation pit and built-in seating, an adjacent dining area and stainless steel-topped bar tucked away in the windowed corner, plus a sleek gourmet kitchen decked out with high-end appliances, a center island and accompanying breakfast nook. Then there’s the 1,200-square foot master retreat, which comes complete with not one but two fireplaces and a massive walk-in closet/dressing room, as well as a large marble-clad bath that boasts an integrated aquarium; the fish can spy on anyone relaxing in the freestanding soaking tub.
Elsewhere on the main floor are a formal living room and three additional bedrooms, while the lower level hosts an 18-seat screening room with wet bar and a wine cellar. The scenic backyard accommodates a freeform pool flanked by a sun deck and al fresco dining area, plus the aforementioned spa and fireplace. Peter Lavin of Links Real Estate holds the listing.