When Tracy Tutor graces our television screens on Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles, she’s always effortlessly chic and polished (and also 100 percent no-nonsense, which we love!). The first female broker to ever grace the show, Tracy is the epitome of boss lady goals: She’s got two gorgeous daughters, a booming real estate career… and it turns out, one of the most stunning homes we’ve ever seen.
For reasons unknown, Tracy is selling that home — which has seven bedrooms, 10 bathrooms, and a guest house we’d be happy to live in for the rest of our lives — for a whopping $23.95 million. Yes, you read that right, 24 MILLION DOLLARS. Not surprisingly, Tracy is the property's listing agent, along with Douglas Elliman's Gina Dickerson.
And while that listing price is shockingly high, after you see inside the home, you just might agree with us when we say, um, it's actually sort of worth it! Designed to the n-th degree, Tracy’s home is stylish and modern, beachy and cozy all at once. Below we give you 10 reasons why the 11,000-square-foot home... er, mansion... deserves that big-ticket price tag.
1. Curb Appeal
Designed by architect Stephen Giannetti, Tracy's home is unassuming from the street, but the tailored hedges, flowering trees, and bluestone walkway certainly boost the home's exterior.
2. A Soaring Foyer
The two-story foyer, complete with dark, wide-plank flooring and a stunning grand staircase, creates the ultimate entryway for guests.
3. The Billiards Room
Can a mansion really call itself a mansion if it doesn't have a billiards room? We think not. And this one is top level, with its mahogany library shelving, 1970s hanging cocoon chairs, and coffered ceilings.
4. A Seriously Glitzy Bar
An entertainer's dream, Tracy's living room features a beautiful white marble-topped bar and French doors that open to the home's veranda. Also: Please note the antique mirror inlayed into the ceiling!
5. The High-Drama Dining Room
Moody and modern, the dining room features dark walls and a vintage Italian chandelier from the 1970s alongside Missoni window treatments.
6. Breakfast Al Fresco, Anyone?
While some parts of Tracy's home are a colorful cornucopia, other areas like this dining nook overlooking the backyard are airy and serene.
7. A Resort-Level Pool Area
The pool and spa are the centerpiece of the lush backyard, which is also where the property's guest house can be accessed.
8. A Master Suite for the Ages
With its arched ceilings, window seat, and room for a full-seating area, the master suite is about as good as it gets. That is, until you learn it also comes with his and hers bathrooms and closets. Um, we're moving in tomorrow.
9. The (Humongous) Farmhouse Kitchen
Tracy's all-white chef's kitchen features not one, but two oversized islands and overlooks the two-story family room, making for one big open floor plan that is perfect for overflowing groups. Did we mention the home has 20-foot ceilings in every room??
10. A To-Die-For Outdoor Living Room
The home is in California after all, so it's not surprising Tracy's got an outdoor entertaining area. That said, this one takes the cake with its painted brick walls, blue stone patio, fireplace, and TV.
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