The filmstar Sacha Baron Cohen has put on sale his luxury home in Hollywood. When you see a house, you will ask yourself, whether living here amusing Borat and his family or ordinary family.
The home was completely renovated in 2004. The 2,806-square-foot abode is nestled on a cul-de-sac at 2950 Okean Place in Los Angeles. Previously listed as a rental, Cohen and his wife, actress Isla Fisher, now have it on the market for $2,595,000.
According to Hilton & Hyland, it is still available for lease, in case anyone wants to sleep in Borat’s bedroom for a month or two. The large river rock fireplace that dominates the living area and 22-foot beamed high ceilings and wide windows gives off a spacious feel of this 1959 interior residence. A four bedrooms and two-and-a-half baths, comes with modern gourmet kitchen with glossy white cabinetry and stainless steel appliances.
Outside is a gym, a multi-level deck, and a lagoon-style heated pool with a spa and fire pit. The pool area seems to provide a great measure of privacy in the form of ivy-covered walls and lush overgrowth, important for keeping out unwanted paparazzi, if you are famous. The home is perched on a hilltop offering views of the 52-acre Woodrow Wilson Preserve. Great view stretching from all over the home, even from one of its spa baths, with a window opening right into the trees. Although it is in a secluded spot, it’s not too far from the action either, being around twenty minutes from the Sunset Strip.
If you want to live a Borat life outside the film, this house is perfect for you.