Four years ago, George Strompolos bought this freshly built residence in the western reaches of Los Angeles. Now the founder and former CEO of Fullscreen — a now-defunct digital marketing agency and media company that was fully acquired by AT&T’s Otter Media in 2018 — has flipped the striking contemporary mansion in a prime pocket of Brentwood back up for sale, asking $6.4 million over what he paid for the place.
Built and designed in 2018 by Mosh and Schwab — and described in the listing as the “epitome of natural elegance and understated luxury” — the gray wood-sided structure is nestled behind a gated driveway off a secluded cul-de-sac, on over a half-acre parcel offering canyon and mountain views. Inside, seven bedrooms and nine baths are filtered across 9,200 square feet of DISC Interiors-designed living space, with three stories brandishing high ceilings, wide-plank hardwood floors, custom iron windows, artisan-crafted cabinetry and woodwork, and seamless indoor/outdoor environs.
Some of the more prominent main-level features include a gourmet kitchen decked out with a marble-clad island, high-end stainless appliances and a breakfast nook with built-in banquette seating, plus a spacious family room and formal dining room with an adjoining butler’s pantry. This floor also holds a living room, library and mud room with direct access to the attached two-car garage, as well as a guest bedroom with bath that could easily be transformed into an office.
Four additional ensuite bedrooms can be found upstairs, including a posh master retreat holding court beneath a soaring vaulted ceiling, and displaying a large walk-in closet, balcony and luxe bath. Elsewhere is a loft-style seating area; and outdoors, the manicured grounds come complete with a brick-lined terrace graced by a fireplace and stately sycamore tree, and an infinity-edge pool flanked by a picturesque gazebo.
Rounding it all out: an amenity-laced subterranean level sporting a gym, movie theater, glass-enclosed wine room, steam shower and two more ensuite bedrooms. The space also has its own fully equipped outdoor kitchen next to an al fresco dining area, and grassy lawn hosting a children’s playhouse.
The listing is held by Cindy Ambuehl of Compass.
Strompolos appears to be moving out to Malibu, where last year he bought an $8.6 million house on Point Dume. He also owns a multimillion-dollar residence in Colorado’s scenic Steamboat Springs community.