The Houston native—whose given name is Jacques Berman Webster II—reportedly paid $23.5 million in cash for the spec home.
Built in 2019, the extremely modern, ultra-luxe spread offers 16,700 square feet of interior space, with seven bedrooms and 11 bathrooms.
Perched on a hilltop, the massive mansion features 180-degree views from downtown L.A. to the Pacific Ocean. Those sparkling vistas can be enjoyed from almost every room in the house, according to the listing details.
The front entryway opens to an eye-catching carved wood sculpture by the Japanese carpenter Toshi Kawabata, Architectural Digest notes.
A great room, with living and dining areas, includes a stone fireplace and wet bar. The adjacent kitchen features black marble counters. Glass walls within the main living area can retract and completely disappear, leaving the space open to the patio outside.
The lower level features high-end amenities including a glass-walled wine cellar, home theater, gym, sauna, and a game room.
The home also boasts an Italian marble driveway, a 20-car auto gallery, and two elevators. Set on over an acre, the grounds feature multiple patios and lounge areas, and a flat backyard graced by an infinity-edge pool.
The curvy residence was designed and built by the father-and-daughter team of de Loren & Associates, Variety notes, and was created with the “ultimate Southern California lifestyle” in mind, according to the listing description.
Scott scored a bargain, given the home’s initial asking price. It landed on the market in June 2019 for $42 million. The price was subsequently cut to $36 million last September, and then to $30 million in April this year.
In addition to this newly purchased property, the rapper and his on-again, off-again flame, Kylie Jenner, who have a child together, reportedly still co-own a $13.5 million home in Beverly Hills.
For her part, the beauty mogul recently made real estate headlines with a $36.5 million purchase in nearby Holmby Hills.
The brand-new, 19,250-square-foot compound includes seven bedrooms, two guesthouses, and a guardhouse. If there isn’t any traffic, it’s about a 20-minute drive to from Kylie’s mansion to Scott’s new place, on the west side of the the I-405 freeway.
Fredrik Eklund and Marcy Roth with Douglas Elliman represented the seller. Carl Gambino with Compass represented the buyer.
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