The wine cellar. (Photo by Noel Kleinman)
Beyond the dining room is the living room. (Photo by Noel Kleinman)
The theater. (Photo by Noel Kleinman)
The home office. (Photo by Noel Kleinman)
The game room. (Photo by Noel Kleinman)
A view of the garage, which contains a home gym. (Photo by Noel Kleinman)
The gym. (Photo by Noel Kleinman)
The primary bedroom. (Photo by Noel Kleinman)
The primary suite’s office can double as a nursery. (Photo by Noel Kleinman)
The tub in the spa bathroom. (Photo by Noel Kleinman)
The outdoor kitchen. (Photo by Noel Kleinman)
The backyard pool and spa. (Photo by Noel Kleinman)
Jason Oppenheim with Zelda and Niko. (Photo by Mario Barberio)
The Oppenheim Group’s new Corona del Mar headquarters. (Courtesy of The Oppenheim Group)
With spacious new headquarters in Corona del Mar, Netflix’s “Selling Sunset” star Jason Oppenheim wanted to be close.
So he dropped $7 million on a Newport Beach mansion.
This is the second home the 44-year-old president and founder of the Oppenheim Group has bought here in the last six months. In May, the luxury brokerage’s boss put $2.825 million on a 2,450-square-foot traditional style in the Dover Shores area, property records show.
But his latest purchase dwarves that home, making it look quaint in comparison.
At more than 13,000 square feet, Oppenheim affirms his newest abode is “the third-largest house sold in all of Newport in 2021.” The mansion features six bedrooms, eight bathrooms and two garages for 11 cars.
“One is connected to the house, the other has a huge home gym, which is great,” Oppenheim said of the garages. He spoke by phone Friday, minutes before he closed on the house that he summed up as “just gorgeous.”
Built in 2017, the house holds a wine cellar, an office and a gourmet kitchen fitted with state-of-the-art appliances, leathered granite counters, a butler’s pantry and two islands whose Kedra porcelain countertops are scratch- and stain-resistant.
“No expense was spared,” the listing reads as it highlights limestone floors and baseboards, 12-foot wood beam ceilings and “palatial corridors.”
Entertainment offerings include a soundproof home theater with memory foam carpet, a game room and a resort-style backyard. There’s a pool, spa, outdoor shower and massive loggia. Lounge areas, a bar and a 1,500-square-foot kitchen equipped with an oversized glass refrigerator, nugget ice machine and a built-in barbecue that features a rotisserie grill and warming drawer add to the perks.
It has an attached guest house with a private entry.
The house’s interior dedicates a 1,000-square-foot wing to the primary suite, with a boutique-style walk-in closet and spa bathroom. It opens to an office that can double as a nursery.
Upstairs, there’s a full-size laundry room and a dog-washing station for Oppenheim’s pups, Zelda and Niko.
The property has been on and off the market since 2018. It re-appeared in July 2021 for $9.995 million and dropped its price by $1 million in August. The sale to Oppenheim closed Oct. 22.
Oppenheim handled both ends of the deal and shared the listing with colleague Alexandra Dominguez.
His boutique real estate brokerage recently opened a new office on Pacific Coast Highway managed by Heather Rae Young, an Anaheim native and former Playboy Playmate of the Month. Young posted on Instagram that she and her fiance Tarek El Moussa, the star of HGTV’s “Flip or Flop,” will say “I do” this weekend in Santa Barbara.
According to Oppenheim, “Selling Sunset” will cover the new office in the new season when it returns to Netflix on Nov. 24.h2 data-curated-ids="" data-relation-type="automatic-primary-tag"">
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Source : https://www.ocregister.com/2021/10/22/selling-sunset-star-jason-oppenheim-drops-7-million-on-newport-beach-mansion/1862