He also owns several restaurants — located from Las Vegas to the Bahamas — and Bobby's Burger Palace, a chain of 19 fast-casual burger joints. Flay currently helms "Beat Bobby Flay," a Food Network series that has run for 20 seasons and counting, among numerous other food-based TV shows and specials.
Although the Bird Streets neighborhood is renowned for the jetliner views enjoyed by many of its properties, it does not appear as though the Flay estate is endowed with those same visual thrills. But it does feature a swimming pool/spa combo along with a sunbathing terrace, al fresco dining area, and a lawn big enough for Fido's romps. Due to the .64-acre property's hillside slope, the backyard is not particularly spacious.
The Altman Brothers Team's Josh Altman and Jacob Greene of Douglas Elliman had the Bird Streets listing. Smith Cho of Sotheby's International Realty repped Flay.” />
Although he does not appear to have any significant business ties to California, Flay does have a very personal connection. His only child, journalist Sophie Flay, is a recent USC grad and resides in LA.
Just around this or that corner are the residences of Leo DiCaprio, Keanu Reeves, Diane Warren and Calvin Klein, to name a healthy handful. The Birds are also famed for the many celebs who bunk up there.
ft. And though the $6.5 million spent may seem a great deal of money — and it definitely is — it appears Flay negotiated a decent bargain here. single-story stunner was built by a local businessman and completed last year. First listed at $8.9 million in October 2018, the home underwent a series of aggressive pricechops before His Chefness finally scooped it up at a multimillion-dollar discount off the original ask. The 3,820 sq.
He's also got a woodsy three-acre estate in the Hamptons — East Hampton, to be specific — and a one-bed apartment on Manhattan's Upper West Side, located within a Trump-branded condo building. Back East, Flay continues to own his longtime duplex in Manhattan's Chelsea nabe, recently relisted with a $6 million ask.
The formal living room includes an open-air fire feature and a giant wall of glass, while the chicly minimalist kitchen is slathered in Calacatta marble and accessorized with fancy Miele appliances, Dornbracht fixtures and exotic custom cabinetry imported from South Africa.
Anyway, the new Chez Flay is desirably located off the main Bird Streets drag, set on a barely there private road. Crisp white walls would make an ideal respite for a contemporary art collection. A two-car garage abuts lighted stairs that lead to a catwalk flanked by in-ground water features, and the towering front door glides open to the spacious foyer.
The master suite sports walls of glass overlooking the backyard gardens. The formal dining area sits just beyond the home's bedroom wing, where there are a total of four beds and 4.5 baths. In the master bath are a soaking tub, dual vanities, and party-sized shower with rainfall showerhead.
Although he's had zero luck trying to sell his luxe NYC duplex condo, celebrity chef Bobby Flay isn't about to let such pesky problems prohibit him from expanding his jealousy-inducing property portfolio. As such, the high school dropout-turned-international restaurateur has sliced out $6.5 million for an uber-contemporary home in L.A.'s coveted Bird Streets neighborhood, set high above bustling West Hollywood and the iconic Sunset Strip.

Fronted by a foliage-enshrouded wrap-around porch with exposed structural elements, the residence features re-finished oak floorboards and a plethora of original and/or re-created woodwork throughout. The living room has a mossy green tile fireplace between a cushioned window seat and glass-door bookcases, the dining room has a built-in buffet beneath a fetching row of four, perfectly square windows and the somewhat compact kitchen sports hexagonal terra-cotta floor tiles and includes an unexpectedly spacious butler’s pantry and a cozy dining space with French doors to the backyard.
The property is represented by Georges Rouveyrol at Sotheby’s International Realty.” />
As noted by the property gossips at the Los Angeles Times, the first to suss out the listing, additional space is contained in a roughly 660-square-foot two-bedroom cottage perched atop a detached garage where it overlooks the swimming pool with an itty-bitty kitchen and a vintage bathroom. Grable, built in 1910 and privately positioned on roughly one-quarter of an acre amid mature trees and pleasantly, slightly untamed terraced gardens, the 3,576-square-foot residence has four bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms under a low-pitched gable roof with deep, shade-making eaves. Designed by architects Clarence Austin and Frederick C.
Surrounded by a towering hedgerow, slender palms and fragrant eucalyptus, a raised spa spills into a sun-dappled swimming pool private enough to comfortably skinny dip without fear of being peeped by a nosy neighbor. A skylight-topped upstairs landing opens to a bookshelf-lined office/library behind wood-trimmed French doors and several en suite guest bedrooms, two with adjoining sunrooms, along with the master bedroom that has a white brick fireplace and an updated vintage-style bathroom.
Acclaimed screenwriter Charlie Kaufman has put his historic Arts and Crafts bungalow in the rustic, affluent Arroyo area of Pasadena, Calif., up for sale at $2.595 million. The Oscar-winning scribe of quirky cult-favorite indie-hits like “Being John Malkovich,” “Adaptation” and “Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind,” currently writing and directing the upcoming Netflix film “I’m Thinking of Ending Things,” based on Iain Reid’s taut novel of the same name, has owned the property since 1998 when it traded for $950,000.