Rodeo Realty’s Sunset agent Alexander Tarigo reps buyer of $41 million Bel-Air home

Michael Bay’s former mansion in Bel-Air has sold again for nearly four times the amount it was previously sold for.

Making news in the Los Angeles Times is a contemporary home, which used to belong to blockbuster filmmaker, “Transformers” producer, Michael Bay, before he sold the property in 2014 for $11.45 million.

The now renovated and expanded home has sold for $41 million. Rodeo Realty’s Alexander Tarigo represented the buyer. The sale was one of L.A. County’s biggest sales of 2017.

The five-bedroom, nine-bathroom property—up from its original four bedrooms and four bathrooms—features a designer-done kitchen, a wine room and a home theater. The 15,000-square-foot home also comes with a gym, massage room, wellness center, and a sauna.

Disappearing glass walls take you outdoors where there’s a dining area, and an infinity-edge swimming pool with an attached spa.

The home was originally built by late architect Jack Warner in 1976. The redesign was completed by Saota Architecture.

To read the LA Times article on this sale, click HERE.
Curbed story, HERE.
The Real Deal, click HERE.
Observer, HERE.