Glamorous LA Penthouse As Seen On TV — Bid On This Sumptuous Pad, Featured on Emmy-Nominated Shows

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Hollywood has gone nuts over this place! The glamorous LA penthouse as seen on TV could be yours, since it’s going up for auction next month.
Glamorous LA Penthouse As Seen On TV

Hollywood can’t seem to get enough of this downtown Los Angeles penthouse with insane views. It’s such an icon of modern luxury that it’s been featured in not one, not two, but three highly popular shows, all of them nominated for Emmys in 2020. And this glamorous dwelling could be yours on Oct. 22, when it goes up for auction with a minimum bid of $4.75 million.

You’ll likely recognize the swanky spot from any of the shows it’s been featured in, as all are critical and ratings standouts.

It was the New York bachelor pad of disgraced anchor Mitch Kessler, played by Steve Carell, on Apple TV’s The Morning Show. It was also the Westworld home of Charlotte Hale (Tessa Thompson) in Season 3 of the HBO sci-fi series. Also, Carrie Mathison (Claire Danes) surprisingly took up residence there in the series finale of Showtime’s Homeland.

The listing photos reveal why this particular penthouse is so popular with the Hollywood location crowd. Although it has only two bedrooms and 3.5 baths, it measures a generous 3,900 square feet. Also, the views from the floor-to-ceiling, 30-foot-high windows are unsurpassed.

Glamorous LA Penthouse As Seen On TV
Glamorous LA Penthouse As Seen On TV

Glamorous LA Penthouse As Seen On TV

Then there are the dazzling outdoor spaces, three in total: a wraparound living room balcony, a balcony off the master bedroom, and an expansive terrace on the home’s upper level, where many of the TV shots take place.

Glamorous LA Penthouse As Seen On TV

The home includes custom cabinetry and a kitchen equipped with Wolf and Sub-Zero appliances. If you watch The Morning Show, you’ll recognize the kitchen in some seminal scenes with Carell and Jennifer Aniston.

Glamorous LA Penthouse As Seen On TV

The condo is part of the new Ten50 building, which offers luxe amenities like a pool and spa, gym, business center, and rec room or private dining hall with a full kitchen, for gatherings that you may not want to host in your pad. Residents can also enjoy a private screening room—perfect for Hollywood types.

Glamorous LA Penthouse As Seen On TV

Glamorous LA Penthouse As Seen On TV

Building residents also have included celebrities. According to the New York Post, “Creed” star  Michael B. Jordan once owned the penthouse next door.

The seller bought the bare unit for $4.5 million in 2017, then tricked it out with the help of interior design firm Brown Design Group, which also furnished the place.

The condo has been on and off the market for a little over a year now, and was initially listed for $5,999,000. Prequalified bidders can register at Paramount Realty USA.

Glamorous LA Penthouse As Seen On TV

See more pics and get more info on the glamorous LA penthouse as seen on TV in my original feature on Realtor.com.

Hollywood has gone nuts over this place! The glamorous LA penthouse as seen on TV could be yours, since it’s going up for auction next month.

 

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Lisa Johnson Mandell

Lisa Johnson Mandell

Lisa Johnson Mandell is an award winning journalist, author and film/TV critic. She can be heard regularly on Cumulus radio stations throughout the US, and on BBC Radio.

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