When you're an original supermodel married to one of the top hospitality entrepreneurs in the country, and you own a tequila brand that just sold for $1 billion, of course you're going to need an LA party pad to match your lifestyle.
Cindy Crawford and husband Rande Gerber have just purchased OneRepublic frontman Ryan Tedder's rock n' roll crib northwest of Sunset Boulevard for a cool $11.625 million.
The five-bedroom, six-bathroom estate on Loma Vista Drive in Beverly Hills is a sprawling 5,386 square feet of indoor-outdoor living and entertaining space on a full acre of true Hollywood A-List style that feels more Palm Springs than Los Angeles.
Built in 1959, the home was originally purchased by Tedder and his wife Genevieve for $7.5 million in 2014 — the couple's real estate agent, David Gray at The Partners Trust, told PopSugar that the rock star-slash couple turned out to be quite talented not just at writing hits for Madonna and Beyonce but at flipping high-end real estate. And we have to agree.
With the help of Alvarez Morris Architectural Studio, according to The Real Deal, the single-story, single-family midcentury ranch now features a bright white, open floor plan including a kitchen with waterfall marble countertops and backsplash and gigantic skylights leading from lounge area upon lounge area out to the central and meticulously landscaped pool.
The entirely private compound — with parking for 13 cars — feels more like an uber-hip Palm Springs hotel than a Los Angeles family home, but nothing the Crawford-Gerber clan does is conventional. Whether for entertaining friends and business partners like George and Amal Clooney, or enticing teens Kaia and Presley and their friends to hang with the fam as they approach empty-nester status, there are plenty of posh sleeping and relaxing spaces for everyone.
The south-facing main rooms all open to the outside, with green views from every room and a fabulous indoor/outdoor flow — including both indoor and outdoor dining for a crowd. Plus cocktail and conversation corners everywhere you turn.
Though the celebs and their business partners reportedly donated a good chunk of their profits from the sale of their tequila brand to various charities, according to Forbes, there's still plenty to celebrate with Casamigos at this new home.