If you’re on the market for a home whose interior screams “are you gonna come my way,” then look no further. A spec home with interior design from none other than rock god/scarf legend, Lenny Kravitz, has hit the market in Los Angeles. The $38 million dollar mansion in the Hollywood Hills comes with such rockstar accoutrements as a nightclub, a 70-foot-wide wrap around swimming pool and lots of shag carpeting.
The Stanley House was the first project of Kravitz and his interior design firm, and the 10,700 square foot, five bedroom, seven bathroom home is full of luxurious amenities, rich materials, and even a few surprises. The outdoor fire feature was constructed out of a 12,000 pound boulder and there’s an “invisible” garage door.
Branden Williams, the listing agent from Hilton & Hyland, told the Los Angeles Times, “We searched high and low for interior designers that could give this property such rich soul, and that’s what Lenny and his team created.”
Kravitz served as the creative director of the project, overseeing some of the material choices and selecting custom furniture. The home was designed by architect Austin Kelly of XTEN Architecture before he passed away in 2015.
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h/t The Real Deal