Los Angeles is home to some of the world’s most lavish homes, and developer Ramtin Ray Nosrati, known as the ‘King of Brentwood Development,’ is responsible for building several of the city’s most extravagant properties.
Nosrati, of Huntington Estate Properties, is known for pushing the boundaries of design, from designing healing rooms and even pot gardens to basketball courts and garages to house fancy sports cars. The most recent opulent home he sold is a $44 million property in Los Angeles’ exclusive Brentwood neighborhood called The Brentwood Oasis. Hedge-fund executive Jeffrey Feinberg purchased the home.
“Because it has anything and everything you can dream of, it’s gated for the ultimate privacy,” Nosrati tells Forbes. “I named it Oasis because you feel like you are on vacation everyday. I took inspiration from a resort and made it into a residential masterpiece.”
The property is a gated compound that spans more than 1.2 acres, and it has 30,000 square feet of outdoor space 18,000 square feet of indoor space. There are seven bedrooms, 11 bathrooms, three rooftop decks, gourmet appliances and even a built-in private security group to ensure the utmost privacy and safety. The organic modern home fuses contemporary design and furnishings with verdant landscaping and outdoor features. It’s truly a modern California sanctuary.
The amenities are nothing short of insane. There are several sports-related features, perfect for the buyer Feinberg who is a longtime basketball fan, including a half basketball court; a TV wall with room for nine screens; gym; three-hole putting green; a sports-simulator room; and indoor and outdoor pools.
There are even nods to basketball legends throughout the home, including LeBron James, Kobe Bryant, Magic Johnson, Kareem Abdul Jabbar, Dr. J and Michael Jordan. There is also an homage to the late Bryant with “24” and “Kobe” printed on the basketball court, which also features the Los Angeles Lakers colors, purple and yellow.
Most impressive is the 10-car showroom with floor-to-ceiling glass walls and gorgeous lighting, which illuminate an entire car collection. The showroom opens to the driveway, which includes several water features and palm trees. The home also features an office; bar; hair salon; spa with a couples massage room; and a 1,000-gallon aquarium. Next to the main house is a two-story guest home with a Rolls-Royce-inspired movie theater with a fiber optic starlight ceiling. It’s possible you’ll never have to leave your compound for basic needs, considering there is also an edible rooftop vegetable garden and even a rooftop bar. There is also an indoor living wall with a succulent and cacti garden.
Over the past 12 years, Nosrati has developed more than 100 luxury residential homes in Los Angeles and Miami under his company Huntington Estate Properties. This home is one of the most expensive to have recently sold in the area.
The home is co-listed by Branden and Rani Williams of The Beverly Hills Estates; Shauna Walters and Sally Forster Jones of Compass; and Matt and Josh Altman of Douglas Elliman.