Sofia Richie and Elliot Grainge are finally ready to settle down in their new Beverly Hills home after months of renovations, Dirt reports. The couple originally purchased the dwelling for $17 million back in April, but opted to make it more suitable for their lifestyle before moving in.
The house was built in 1962 and designed by L.A. architect Charles G. Kanner, who was inspired by the Bauhaus movement and other modernist architects of his time, like Frank Lloyd Wright and Richard Neutra. The estate belonged to the same family until 2018, when a group of investors purchased the property and an adjacent lot for $5.6 million and restored the home. Along with restoration, the investors added nearly 3,000 additional square feet of indoor space to the residence, bringing it up to 8,023 square feet between 6 bedrooms and 7 and a half bathrooms.
The result is a gorgeous resort-like home with numerous floor to ceiling windows, extremely spacious rooms, and tasteful light wood and ivory accents throughout. The home’s geometric facade is recalled in the interior with thoughtful cabinetry and shelving. Though much of the outdoor space is hillside, there’s still plenty of room for outdoor living, including a pool, lounging area, and a cabana with a wet bar, dining space, fireplace and daybeds.
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Richie is the daughter of musician Lionel Richie and a celebrity/influencer in her own right, while Grainge is the son of Universal Music Group’s longtime CEO Lucian Grange and the founder of his own indie record label founder. They're a perfect fit for the cul-de-sac, which is often referred to as “Music Row” because of its many famous musician residents, including Rihanna and Paul McCartney.