Home makeover guru Nate Berkus is selling his stunning Hancock Park home for $13.8 million.
Berkus and his husband Jeremiah Brent have spent a fortune renovating the Los Angeles Spanish Colonial property that they share with their daughter Poppy.
The beautiful home appeared in Architectural Digest after it was photographed by Douglas Friedman.
Berkus and Brent paid $8.185 million for the property, so, they are looking to make a healthy profit upon its sale.
Measuring in at 8,477 square feet, the house, which was built in 1928 by prolific Los Angeles builder Edwin S. Rowley.
Popular Berkus, 47, gained fame for his home makeovers on The Oprah Winfrey Show.
He previously hosted the home improvement competition series American Dream Builders and was an executive producer on the film ‘The Help’.
His husband Brent, 34, previously hosted the Emmy-winning series Home Made Simple.
He is a frequent guest on the Rachael Ray show and has also appeared on Trading Spaces and The View.
For more details on their beautiful home click through the images.
There are six bedrooms, five bathrooms and two powder rooms. The master suite opens to a terrace overlooking the grounds.
Outside, organic gardens and landscaping create a backdrop for a dining terrace, cabana and wet bar.
The house sits on two-thirds of an acre and has a swimming pool with a spa.
There is also an art studio for the new owners to enjoy when they are feeling creative.
Berkus revealed he “layered the house with rustic French, Swedish, and American furnishings of wood and stone juxtaposed with more tailored Continental pieces.”
There is a detached five-room guesthouse for your family and friends.
In the gardens is a 200-year-old oak tree that has an outdoor fireplace nearby.
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