Recall Rancho San Leandro, the historic Montecito assets DeGeneres and de Rossi purchased in 2017 and offloaded not prolonged soon after? Nicely, in May possibly 2021 the couple acquired it once again, this time paying out $14.3 million, or just brief of double what they at first compensated. They then picked up the house across the street for $12 million in an off-market offer, and prior to the calendar year was through, dropped $2.9 million on but yet another household in the seaside town, a tiny two-bed room midcentury-fashionable bungalow not significantly from Butterfly Beach front. The former later sold for $13.5 million, and it appears to be the latter is nonetheless in their possession.
In spite of Degeneres and de Rossi’s apparent penchant for Montecito serious estate, they have not completely deserted LA. In September 2021, the host of Ellen’s Up coming Wonderful Designer and the Ally McBeal star dropped $8.5 million for a midcentury-modern-style Beverly Hills dwelling created by architect Robert Skinner. Highlighted in the 2001 book Modernism Rediscovered, the five-bedroom property was restored by architect John Bertram and interior designer Sarah Shetter and characteristics charming details like wood cabinetry in the kitchen area and a freestanding hearth in the major bed room which would not seem out of area in The Jetsons. By mid 2022, they sold the place for $8.8 million in an off-sector deal to a man who currently owned two households adjacent to the assets.
Inspite of the staggering frequency with which these two acquire and offer households, Degeneres and de Rossi do tend to select attributes that are architecturally interesting. Their first purchase of 2022 (that we know of) was an unusual three-bed room, 12,000-sq.-foot Montecito mansion influenced by Alhambra palace in Granada, Spain. It is unclear what updates they manufactured to the pad, known as Villa Tragara, but just six months right after purchasing it for $21 million, they sold it to talent manager Scooter Braun for $36 million.
Following they picked up a 1915 Montecito cottage for $5.4 million and promptly put it back again on the marketplace it is now listed for $5.85.
They then purchased the Richard Neutra–designed Brown-Sidney residence, in Bel Air, for $29 million in an off-market deal. This prestigious piece of architecture, formerly owned by Tom Ford and renovated by the fashion designer with Ad100 agency Marmol Radziner, boasts three bedrooms, 6 bogs, and 180-degree sights of Los Angeles.
Topping off 2022, the few broke a Santa Barbara County record with the purchase of a five-bedroom, 8-bathroom Tuscan-design and style mansion and an adjacent parcel of land in Carpinteria for a whopping $70 million.