Here’s That Stunning L.A. House Karamo Brown Toured on ‘Selling Sunset’ Season 3
Season 3 of Netflix’s reality TV show “Selling Sunset” just premiered last weekend, and there’s plenty of buzz circulating over many aspects of the reality show—including a cameo from “Queer Eye”’s Karamo Brown. While some people are expressing their opinions on Brown’s connection with real estate agent Christine Quinn, one thing is for certain—the house he toured in Los Angeles is b-e-a-u-t-i-f-u-l.
In the season finale, Quinn shows Brown a listing in Los Angeles, as he’s looking to relocate for work. Quinn describes the house as an “architecturally significant property”—it was built by Richard Neutra for Oscar-nominated screenwriter Millard Kaufman in 1949. And while it’s certainly been updated since then, the original mid-century modern charm and craftsmanship of the home still shines through.
Upon entering the 2,503 square-foot house, you walk into an open concept layout with a living room that seamlessly connects to the dining and kitchen areas. The flat roof and exposed wooden beams showcase its mid-century build, and the white walls, skylights, and massive glass windows make the space feel airy and bright. And if you’re looking for some color, check out the Tiffany Blue stove in the second photo—talk about a pop.
The house is made up of four bedrooms, all of which are connected through a neutral color palette and modern furnishings. And again, the exposed wooden beams and large glass windows tie the spaces together, too.
All three bathrooms are spacious and equipped with up-to-date fixings. And it’s hard not to notice the gorgeous stand-alone tub that is screaming to be soaked in.
Additional features include a walk-in closet decked out in warm wood, a large outdoor deck that showcases the surrounding foliage, and—of course—that gorgeous built-in pool.
Karamo’s requirements for a house is “a pool, a great place to cook, and a view” that also provides him work space and personal space. It’s safe to say this property checks all the boxes.
According to the listing on Realtor.com, the house was re-listed on Jan. 21, 2020 and has yet to be sold, although it’s currently listed as off the market. Although Karamo didn’t end up purchasing the house, that doesn’t stop me from dreaming about what it would be like to live there myself—if anything, it fuels my fire more. Anyone have $3 million to spare?