Inside Interior Designer Kelly Wearstler’s $39M Estate

It's certainly interesting to take a tour of the personal homes of interior designers, especially when that interior designer (and September 1994 "Playboy" Playmate of the Month) is Kelly Wearstler. Although known for her glam and bold designs, Wearstler's personal pad is much more subdued than one would imagine. Take a tour inside this Beverly Hills house, which Curbed reports is available for the anything-but-subdued price of $39 million.

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It's certainly interesting to take a tour of the personal homes of interior designers, especially when that interior designer (and September 1994 "Playboy" Playmate of the Month) is Kelly Wearstler. Although known for her glam and bold designs, Wearstler's personal pad is much more subdued than one would imagine. Take a tour inside this Beverly Hills house, which Curbed reports is available for the anything-but-subdued price of $39 million.
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Wearstler and her hubby, real estate developer Brad Korzen, originally tried to unload the 1926 house in October 2010 for $46 million. The property recently re-appeared on the MLS with a "reduced" $39 million price tag.
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Wearstler appeared as a judge on Bravo's reality show "Top Design." She opened her eponymous design firm in 1995 and has gone on to establish herself as a notable name in the industry with a reputation for a mix of modern and historical designs and over-the-top decor.
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A view of one of the lounge areas, whose table is decorated with a large foot sculpture. Who needs a vase of flowers when you have, um, a large foot instead?
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A look at Wearstler's living room that overlooks the pool and backyard. The posh main house measures 11,300 square feet.
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The dramatic main house boasts five bedrooms along with two maids rooms.
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Built in 1934, the home was originally designed by James Dolena, though it's obvious Wearstler totally re-vamped the pad after moving in. According to Curbed, an October 2009 issue of "Vogue" extrapolated on the home's details, which included "horn-legged tables, black-and-lacquer-and-brass furnishings and objects, ebony leather Chesterfield sofas, and alarmingly overscaled nude sculptures."
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It seems like not much has changed decor-wise since the "Vogue" article was published in October 2009. Indeed, Wearstler's pad seems to include a bevy of nude sculptures. Here's a look at one of the 10 baths in the main house.
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The grounds extend 3.19 acres in prime Beverly Hills. In addition to the main house there's a two-bedroom guest house on the property.
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The home is surrounded by private patios.
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A view of the lavish and quite gigantic swimmers pool.
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There's also North/South tennis courts, a screening room, and a gym on Wearstler's high-end estate.
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Another look at the manicured lawns and landscaping on this pricey piece of land.
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