Music producer and worldwide DJ Mark Ronson, son of music supervisor Laurence Ronson and jewellery designing socialite Ann Dexter-Jones, has taken in nearly $four.eight million on the sale of a 1930s Spanish Revival villa in an prosperous space of Los Feliz in Los Angeles. The multiple-Grammy-winning musician, who splits his time between London, New York and Los Angeles, bought the good-looking residence about 4½ years in the past, across the time he and his now ex-wife, French actress and singer Joséphine de La Baume, break up up. The client of the Los Feliz home, information reveal, is billionaire financier Marc Lasry.
Set on a few third of an acre, enshrouded in a verdant fantasia of tropical gardens and lately fawned over within the shiny pages of Architectural Digest, the principle residence was designed by architect William Asa Hudson, greatest identified for his work on the bungalows on the Beverly Hills Resort. Between the principle home and two-story poolside guesthouse, there are 5 bedrooms and seven.5 bogs in roughly 6,200 idiosyncratically stylishly sq. ft.
Authentic flooring tiles improve the gold-ceilinged entrance corridor the place a wrought iron-railed staircase curves as much as second-floor bedrooms. The commodious, step-down lounge contains a fire and carved-wood beams throughout the ceiling, and the eating room is wrapped in whimsical, animal-print wallpaper. Different rooms embody a household room with lacquered inexperienced partitions, a quaint library with extra-deep cabinets to accommodate albums and a vaguely classic eat-in kitchen with marble counters and high-end designer home equipment. Bedrooms embody a primary flooring workers suite and a sprawling, second-floor main bedroom that includes a spacious sitting room, a fire and a crisply trendy, chandelier-lit rest room.