Bundy Drive property hits the market
By Dolores Quintana
The Brentwood Oasis, a behemoth of a mansion owned by billionaire hedge fund manager Jeffrey Feinberg, went on sale for $48 million after the complex was completed, as reported Boss Hunting.com.
The property is located at 1047 N. Bundy Drive in Brentwood and was a mansion built to specification by developer Ramtin Ray Nosrati. It sits on 1.26 acres in the Brentwood neighborhood and features 55,000 feet of space with seven bedrooms, ten bathrooms and a two-story guest house on the grounds.
Developer Ramtin Ray Nosrati said, as quoted by Boss Hunting.com, “The house is basically like a resort, with all the bells and whistles you can think of and dream of.”
The house includes a bar with sink, “world class” theaters with fiber optic ceilings that can simulate the appearance of the night sky indoors, bathrooms fitted with substantial marble, a spa, a hall state-of-the-art sports facilities, an office as well as two swimming pools, an infinity pool and one indoors. The house is also equipped with a state-of-the-art kitchen.
Plus, the amenities don’t stop there and also include a three-hole putting green, a high-tech game room with sports simulators, a double-height great room, a 1,000-gallon aquarium, a “wall multimedia” nine televisions, a linear fireplace with a “monolithic” stone wall, a car showroom, a wellness center and an on-site hair salon.
There was even a cannabis garden located on the roof but apparently Feinberg emailed Nosrati before taking possession of the keys requesting that the cannabis be replaced with a vegetable garden instead.
One luxury piece of equipment that was built in-house with Feinberg specifically in mind is a Laker purple and gold decorated NBA half court that has Kobe’s name and the player’s number, 24, printed on it. There are also photos of Laker players such as Lebron James and Bryant at home. You can find a more detailed description of the house here.