Step Inside the Lavish $124 Million Mansion from ‘Succession’ Season 4 Premiere
If you’re a fan of the hit HBO series Succession, then you know that the Roy family is no stranger to luxury. The show, which centres around the Roy family and their media empire, is known for its lavish settings and larger-than-life characters. In the season four premiere, we were treated to yet another stunning location: a USD$83 million (AU$124 million) modern mansion nestled in the Santa Monica Mountains.
In the first episode aired earlier this week, the Roy siblings are seen convening at the mansion to plot their next business move. With a wealth of amenities available and mind melting views, it clearly covers all the bases for a trio of bratty rich relatives. Moreover, it’s the perfect location for getting away from their tyrannical father and discussing their battle plans moving forward.
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At this stage, we don’t know who owns the property on the show, but this is what we can tell you about the real-life home. Located in Los Angeles’s Pacific Palisades neighbourhood on San Onofre Drive, the approximately 20,000-square-foot mansion is described by House Beautiful as the “ultimate in indoor-outdoor living and high-tech features”. It was built by real estate developer Ardie Tavangarian in 2020 and is said to have been sold to a young tech CEO for USD$83 million in 2021. Perhaps a GoJo CEO Lukas Matsson type?
According to Williams & Williams Estates Group, the mansion boasts six bedrooms, 18 bathrooms, and a wealth of amenities that would make Rupert Murdoch envious. Among them are a chef’s kitchen designed by Nobu, a 20-seat theatre, an outdoor cinema, an infinity pool, zen gardens, a zen spa, and a private car gallery. But that’s not all. The primary bedroom even has a custom roof that retracts for stargazing. And for those worried about their luxurious possessions, the mansion also has a ballistic safe room.
The home’s design has been described as a beautiful blend of woods, metals, stones, and board-formed concrete sourced from around the world. Looking at the photos above, it’s no surprise that it was available to lease for USD$350,000 a month before it was sold.
We’ll be sure to keep you updated with all the stunning real estate shown through the Succession final season. You can catch up on the first episode now on Binge. Check out more images above.
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