The Hungarian curler couple, György Nagy and Ildikó Szekeres, bought a Mediterranean-style mansion in Bel-Air (LA) for 6.1 million USD. The estate covers approximately 0.2 hectares, and its price has dropped from 7.5 million (first listed in 2015).
According to latimes.com, the mansion has three garages, parks, and a flagstone motor court. Inside, there are chandeliers on the top of the foyer, dual staircases, and inlaid floors of 776.7 square metres. On the two sides, there is a formal dining room and a living room with light hardwood floors. The kitchen includes white cabinetry with black countertops and tile floors. From the windows, you can see the verdurous view of the backyard.
If you go upstairs, you can find the
gym, the sauna, the balcony with an ocean view, and the eight bathrooms, one of them covered by marble, with the tub under rotunda-style skylights.
The bedrooms include large sitting rooms, and there are six of them in total.
Over the garages, there is a terrace in the front. In the backyard, there is a pool fed by a fountain, a patio under palm trees, surrounded by the lawn.
The new owners of the estate are György Nagy and Ildikó Szekeres, a married Hungarian billionaire couple who participated in five of the World Mixed Doubles Curling Championships, and in 2009, they won the silver medal as a team.
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