A luxury fashion designer is selling his stunning LA mansion with 20 bathrooms for $60 million -- take a look inside

Hilton & Hyland / ZillowThe property was once owned by talent agent Ed Limato.

  • Designer Jeffrey Rudes is selling his Los Angeles mansion for $A60 million.
  • He paid $A10.82 million for the property in 2011.
  • The amenities include a pool, spa, wine room, home theatre, and tennis court.

While he was never able to live there himself, designer Jeffrey Rudes is selling a Los Angeles mansion he owned for $A60 million. He and his ex-wife, Terre Jacobs, planned to move their family into the home at some point, but after their divorce, those plans were scrapped, according to the Wall Street Journal. Rudes created the luxury denim brand J Brand in 2004 and currently runs the Jeffrey Rudes menswear label.

Take a look at his luxurious L.A. mansion, which has the amenities of a four-star hotel.

Rudes bought the property for $A10.82 million in 2011.

Source: The Wall Street Journal

The property’s main house is around 13,400 square feet.

It has seven bedrooms that wouldn’t look out of place in a luxury hotel.

Including its guesthouse, the estate has a total of 20 bathrooms.

The property was once owned by Ed Limato, a talent agent whose clients included Denzel Washington, Richard Gere, and Michelle Pfeiffer.

Source: The New York Times

While the main house’s bedrooms and living areas are impressive, the property’s amenities are incredible. This pool room and bar is just the tip of the iceberg.

The exercise room gives residents plenty of options.

And a full-size tennis court is available to those who want to work up a sweat outdoors.

The Moroccan-style spa is extensive, including a massage room…

…and a hot tub.

There are plenty of areas to relax outside, whether you want to stay in the shade…

…or catch some sun.

The home theatre looks quite comfortable.

This wine cellar also includes a ventilated cigar room.

Whoever buys this property may never want to leave.

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