That was quick! Jeffrey “Jeff” Feinberg already wants to sell that extravagant Brentwood mansion he won in a bidding war last year. The asking price is a hefty $48 million — or $4 million more than the hedge fund executive and major bitcoin investor paid for the then brand-new place last June.
Hidden away behind tall gates, on a secluded cul-de-sac overlooking the Getty Museum, the contemporary structure was built on speculation by flashy developer Ramtin Ray Nosrati in spring 2021. Clocking in at 18,000 square feet, the seven-bedroom, 11-bath mansion boasts a wealth of glitzy amenities — think a TV wall, car gallery, sports simulator room, three-hole putting green and Kobe Bryant-inspired basketball court, just to name a few.
Greeting guests is a soaring great room highlighted by a floating curved staircase accented by a custom chandelier, and flanked by a living moss wall that descends all the way to a succulent garden on the home’s lower level. This space also has a living room sporting a linear fireplace embedded into a floor-to-ceiling stone wall; full wet bar with wine station; and double-sided, 1,000-gallon aquarium that connects the dining room to a gourmet kitchen with its own catering kitchen and walk-in freezer.
As for the lower level, a wine bar leads into a movie theater decked out with a fiber-optic ceiling resembling a starry sky, and there also are sports simulator and massage rooms, and a plunge pool. An expansive lounge area with a barber shop and wet bar has a nine-TV video wall on one side and walls of glass overlooking the 10-car gallery on the other, and a gym leads out to the basketball court.
Upstairs, an opulent master retreat is equipped with a linear fireplace, sitting area, private balcony, dual showroom-style closets and a luxe bath; and outdoors, the mostly turf-clad grounds span 1.3 acres and hold an infinity-edge pool and spa nestled alongside a cabana hosting a TV bar, pizza oven and barbecue, plus three roof decks and a separate two-story guesthouse.