Though they already own multimillion-dollar homes in locales such as Florida, New York and Pennsylvania, Tracy Anderson and Chris Asplundh have just pumped up their real estate portfolio once again with the recent purchase of a particularly idyllic West Coast outpost in Brentwood’s Lower Mandeville Canyon neighborhood.
Records show the workout entrepreneur — known for training A-list clients the likes of Gwyneth Paltrow and Kim Kardashian — and her third husband, a member of the billionaire Asplundh tree-trimming dynasty, paid a speck over $7.3 million for their new digs, which were built in 1989 but have been updated through the years by the previous owners.
Hidden away on a secluded cul-de-sac, amid a heavily wooded parcel spanning over three-quarters of an acre, the three-story structure is fronted by a gated driveway that flows to a spacious motorcourt flanked by an attached three-car garage. Inside, four bedrooms and five baths are spread across just over 6,000 square feet boasting high wood-beam ceilings, stone floors, antique Spanish-style doors, woodwork imported from Vietnam, seven fireplaces and walls of glass overlooking the leafy surroundings.
A flagstone walkway leads up to the glassy double front door, which opens into contemporary Santa Fe-inspired interiors highlighted by formal living and dining rooms, a family room, and gourmet kitchen outfitted with wood cabinetry, an eat-in island, high-end appliances, a breakfast nook and an adjoining wet bar area. There’s also a wood-paneled office space, plus a wine cellar .
Holding court on the top floor is a sumptuous fireside master retreat equipped with a private balcony and walk-in closet. A luxe bath holds a soaking tub, standalone shower, sauna and an accompanying gym; and outdoors, the professionally landscaped grounds are dotted with soaring redwood trees, and host a waterfall-lined pool and spa, fire-pit, built-in barbecue and an inviting al fresco dining area sporting a stone fireplace.
The listing was held by Nicole Howard of Compass; Laura Brau of Compass repped the buyers.