• Cara and Poppy Delevingne List Whimsical Los Angeles Home for $3.75M

    The Bohemian style home in Hollywood Hills, Los Angeles, is bursting with colors, and it was built in the 1950s. Cara and Poppy have put their home for sale and is asking $3.75 Million. The mansion is nestled under a canopy of vines and other foliage. The London natives have owned the house for nearly four years. The mansion has gone through renovations, but aesthetically there are only little to no changes. The listing images show off a white-washed stucco house. 

    Cara and Poppy Delevingne List Whimsical Los Angeles Home for $3.75MImage Credit: POP SUGAR

    Cara and Poppy Delevingne’s LA Home

    Source: Architectural Digest

    The sisters also opened their home for the Architectural Digest, and fans got to see everything in their home. The “gracious but unpretentious” homes have gone through renovations for one and a half years. Both of them described the mansion as a “jungle-themed mad world.” There are two master bedrooms in the mansion on different floors, and there are separate entrances. The sister has said that they wanted to have a calm environment. However, the lavish home is now up for sale at an asking price of $3.75 Million. The prices in the market are currently down, but it is expected that Cara and Poppy would be easily getting the price they are asking for. The mansion is vivid and full of colors, and it comes with extravagant luxuries. Now, the mansion is listed for sale in the market. 

    Cara and Poppy Delevingne List Whimsical Los Angeles Home for $3.75M

    Source: Architectural Digest

    Cara and Poppy Delevingne list whimsical Los Angeles home for $3.75M. The mansion is gracious and amiable; it has gone through renovations, but the basic aesthetic has been kept intact. Now, it is up for sale for a whopping price of $3.75 Million. The house is truly an explosion of vivid velvet, colors, graphic-print linen, and hand-painted tiles. The house also boasts hand-painted de Gournay wallpaper. Nicolò Bini of LA-based Line Architecture executed the renovations and transformations. The stylistic input has come from Delevingnes. There’s also a “soundproof party bunker” in the mansion. There are multiple amenities in the room, and some of them are “a mirrored ceiling, a stripper pole, disco lighting.”

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