Though his even bigger Hollywood Hills house remains up for sale with a whopping $40 million ask, protein bar baron-turned-prominent motivational speaker and YouTuber Tom Bilyeu and his business partner wife Lisa have officially offloaded another Los Angeles mansion that’s been available for over two years.
On and off the market since late 2020, once for as much as $15 million, the listing price was reduced twice before finally selling for exactly $10 million to an as-yet-unnamed buyer. But that’s still $1.7 million more than the Bilyeus — currently co-owners of Impact Theory, a globally popular empowerment interview show — paid for the Spanish Revival-inspired villa almost eight years ago, back in spring 2015.
Tucked away behind double gates on a full acre of land in the Beverly Hills Post Office neighborhood, the six-bedroom, nine-bath home was built in 2008 and doesn’t look as if it’s undergone any changes at all during the Bilyeu’s tenure. Coming in at nearly 11,000 square feet, the three-level dwelling features a wealth of opulent living space adorned throughout with ornate crown molding, high vaulted ceilings and arched doorways.
Among the highlights: a rotunda-topped foyer that flows to two oversized living rooms sporting custom cut-stone floors and marble fireplaces, plus a gourmet eat-in kitchen outfitted with high-end Sub-Zero and Miele appliances. An upstairs master retreat displays a fireplace, mini-bar, private balcony, dual walk-in closets and a luxe bath equipped with a jetted tub; and elsewhere is a secondary master suite that opens to the backyard, along with media and game rooms, an office and a wine cellar.
As for the park-like grounds, the backyard hosts plenty of spots ideal for al fresco lounging and entertaining, along with a freeform pool and raised spa surrounded by a sundeck, cabana and sport court. There’s also an attached two-car garage and extra parking for at least 20 vehicles out front courtesy of a spacious motorcourt.
For now, the Bilyeus still own an ultra-contemporary showpiece in the hills above Sunset Strip that they paid $35.5 million for around three years ago — shortly after their highly successful nutrition-based food company sold to the maker of Atkins bars for a cool $1 billion.