A newly constructed 13,500-square-foot Los Angeles home that’s surrounded by natural elements is set to list this week for $23.95 million, Mansion Global has learned.
Located in Santa Monica, the seven-bedroom, 11-bathroom residence was built with wellness in mind. It includes a collection of spa-worthy amenities, such as an a meditation platform surrounded by water, an aromatherapy steam shower, an illuminated Himalayan salt wall and a massage therapy room, according to the listing from Andy Ardila and David Costello from ACT Compass and Cindy Ambuehl from the Cindy Ambuehl Group at Compass.
“Today’s buyer is looking for a connection to nature and having a home that is surrounded by water enhances overall physical and mental health,” they said in a joint statement. “This home has it all, a house floating over the courtyard, water and air purification, cold plunge pool, rain shower and water surrounding the meditation room.”
The project was spearheaded by Alice and Ira Rosenberg, the Los Angeles-based couple that owned Jodi Kristopher, a clothing brand for juniors. This was their first foray into real estate development, although they have other projects in the works.
They worked with John Andrews Architects to create a space that “is designed to blend with the unique surrounding landscaping” with a “distinct design tied together by an overarching architectural vision steeped in wellness,” Ms. Rosenberg said in a statement.
To that end, there’s room for every sort of therapy the most discerning Angeleno could want, including massage, thermotherapy, chromatherapy, phototherapy and audio therapy, according to the listing. There’s also a zero-edge infinity pool with a hot tub, a gym and a living rooftop over the two-car garage.
The home also features oversized windows and numerous skylights to allow for natural light, limestone and European oak flooring and motorized glass pocket doors that lead to the outdoors. It has been outfitted with voice-activated AI technology.
Other amenities include a wine cellar and theater with a bespoke bar and lounge, two elevators and seven bedroom suites, according to the listing.
The Rosenbergs purchased the underlying property in 2017 for $5.7 million, according to records with PropertyShark.