Los Angeles fashion impresario Charles Park—who developed several popular clothing brands over the last three decades, including Pure Sugar and Jonesy—has channeled his design skills into building a custom home in Beverly Hills, now being offered for $43.9 million. Working alongside Samuel and Paul Oh of Los Angeles–based the Parks & Associates LLC, Park helped create a stunning 14,100-sqaure-foot two-story, open-concept residence. Located at 1231 Lago Vista Drive, the seven-bedroom, 11-bathroom estate’s lobby features a pair of floating staircases and an oval-shaped Mooi chandelier alongside an original Andy Warhol painting—though the home’s artwork will not be part of the sale, each piece of its exquisite furniture is included. With more than $1 million worth of sleek modern decor from Minotti, B&B Italia, and Gandia Blasco, this home is truly one-of-a-kind. The mansion also features fully automated audio/visual, security, HVAC, and lighting systems.
Adding to the in-home perks is a fully equipped gym, spacious elevator, 600-bottle wine cellar (accessible by thumbprint), and private theater with a Sony 4K projector and a Dolby Atmos sound system. Floor-to-ceiling glass walls seamlessly connect the modern interiors to the lush backyard, which is home to a fire pit, pool, hot tub, outdoor dining patio, and a bevy of plants. (Inquiries: Hilton & Hyland, 310.858.5474; hiltonhyland.com)