There’s a stunning new home that just hit the market, courtesy of film industry power couple Sam and Aaron Taylor-Johnson, reports Dirt. Sam made her directorial debut in 2009 with the film Nowhere Boy, which followed the life of John Lennon, while Aaron is best known for his work on the Avengers franchise, so it’s no surprise they managed to swing this breathtaking seven-bedroom, six-bathroom, three-story Mediterranean villa.
The home was reportedly finished in 1926 and designed by set decorator Harry McAfee. When the Taylor-Johnsons took over, they worked with popular celebrity-approved design duo Pierce & Ward, who took the space to another level by adding bold Hollywood glamour wallpaper, jewel-toned fabrics, vintage furnishings, and much more.
No two corners of the house look the same. Each of the seven bedrooms and six bathrooms delivers a unique charm and standout design element, including a Damien Hirst spin painting. Other amenities include a freestanding sauna, a claw-footed outdoor tub with city views, and a hidden pool behind the home.
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Prior to the duo, the home was owned by late music executive Miles Copeland Jr. in the early 1990s. Whoever owns it next will also be in good company, according to Dirt, as some of the neighbors are director Rupert Wainwright and producer Alan Ball, who bought a nearby 10-acre estate from Sheryl Crow for over $11 million in 2014.