Cindy Crawford and Rande Gerber have put their mid-century modern home in the idyllic 90210 neighborhood of Trousdale Estates on the market for just under $16 million.
Three years ago, the Hollywood power couple purchased the property from New Republic frontman Ryan Tedder for $11.625 million, who extensively renovated and expanded the house.
The pair, who reside primarily in their lush compound in Malibu, appeared to make a ‘few cosmetic alterations to the interior along with fair number of landscaping changes, especially in the backyard,’ as pointed out by Variety.
The supermodel and the Casamigos co-founder’s five bedroom property is equipped with an impressive outdoor area, pool and a fire pit fit for entertaining guests.
Flooding the neutral toned living quarters with lots of light, the sitting room features a statement stand alone fireplace in the middle of the room which doubles up as a bar.
The 5,386-square-foot home, built in 1959, boasts three living spaces, high ceilings, a media room, tree-shaded deck space, five-and-a-half bathrooms and multiple sliding glass doors.
While the master suite is something to behold, the pièce de résistance of the home is the chef’s kitchen, which features an incredible marble island and stainless steel appliances.
The owner’s suite also includes a bathroom with two massive vanities and a glass-enclosed shower.
The property recently hit the market with the asking price of $15.99 million and is ‘stylish, chic, and completely private,’ according to the listing with Kurt Rappaport of Westside Estate Agency.
Additionally, the the interiors are open and contain ‘meandering paths’ and is invisible from the street behind thick foliage and heritage trees.
Positioned on a one-acre lot, the house is surrounded by stunning and luxurious outdoor patios.
Crawford and Gerber have invested heavily in the City of Angeles’ luxury real estate market over the years.
Their biggest recent deal was in 2018, when they sold their Malibu beach house for $45 million, after first listing for $60 million in 2016, then $50 million.
Last summer, the savvy pair paid $4.9 million for a home at the Madison Club resort in La Quinta, near Palm Springs.
In a interview with Architectural Digest last April, Cindy, who has been married to Rande since May 1998, revealed that they have multiple homes, to please their kids.
She revealed: ‘We have our main house, in Malibu, which we’ve had for 15 years, and we have a lake cottage in Canada, which is on the East Coast, outside of Toronto. It’s very Ralph Lauren. That’s what my husband and I both wanted. We both grew up going to lakes in the summer. He went to summer camp, I just went with my family, but we wanted that experience for our kids. And so we wanted it to feel like almost like a log cabin camp vibe.’
‘Then, we just bought a house last year in Beverly Hills, because our kids were getting older. Malibu’s great when they’re little, but they’re starting to be like, “It’s so boring here, we wanna be in town.” So we got that house.
‘It’s midcentury modern, so it’s been fun putting it through our own filter, because some of the midcentury stuff is too low or it’s not comfortable. We make a lot of our upholstery. My husband is very, very picky about the cushion density and seat depth because he’s taller. We’ve got it down now. We know the dimensions we like, so sometimes we just change the body style.’
As for her design inspiration, she gets it from her extensive traveling, or occasionally a ‘piece of clothing.
‘I’m about comfort and the way things feel. My husband, he would sacrifice functionality for the look, and I wouldn’t,’ she noted. ‘I think that’s my practical mom brain.’
She joked: ‘When my kids were little, I was like, “Can a kid throw up on this?” It had to pass that test.’
She and her husband are the parents of models Kaia, 18, and Presley, 21.
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