Sold! Inside Heidi Klum's 'Super' Model Home
Heidi Klum’s Los Angeles mansion just sold for $24 million, and INSIDE EDITION got an exclusive tour of the estate.
It's a super mansion for a supermodel.
This is Heidi Klum's California dream home. And Realtor Lynn Teschner gave INSIDE EDITION an exclusive tour.
To give you a sense of the scale of this 12,000-square-foot home, all of the ceilings are at least 12 feet high and the main hallway on the first floor is 75 feet long.
Get a Look Inside Klum's Mansion
The eight bedroom estate sits on a stunning eight-and-a-half acres in Brentwood, California.
The grounds boast a formal rose garden, putting green, and a spectacular infinity pool with panoramic views.
"Heidi and her family spent many many days lounging around the pool having fun," said realtor Teschner.
Inside, Heidi's library is loaded with authentic historic old world charm. Teschner said while pointing out some furniture, "It was bought at an auction in Europe. It was part of Napoleon's farm house."
That's right, Napoleon.
And what supermodel's home would be complete without a magnificent closet?
"This room is bigger than some New York City studios," commented Teschner.
All of this luxury also comes with an entertainment center fit for a star. Not only does this mansion have its own private screening room, but just steps away is a wine cellar and wine tasting room.
Heidi bought the home in foreclosure for $14 million. It just sold for $24 million! That's a super profit for a supermodel.
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