Tom Ford has now sold his Bel Air home, designed by Richard Neutra for 20 million dollars. According to reports, the architectural gem was built in 1955, the Brown-Sidney House, and has three bedrooms and six bathrooms.
Per the outlet:Ford purchased the 5,000 square foot house in 1997, which bears all the hallmarks of the master modernist Neutra — clean lines, smooth surfaces, outside living spaces and open interiors that easily flood with natural light.
A few years after purchasing the home, Ford turned to architect John Bertram and the firm Marmol Radziner & Associates to restore and update it and has been using it as his primary residence.
That pocket of Bel-Air is a “who’s who” of the entertainment industry: Jennifer Aniston owns a home nearby, as does former Warner Bros. chairman Bob Daly and producers Darren Star and Simon Fuller.
A lover of pedigreed homes, Ford will now turn his attention to his new abode. In 2016, he purchased the Bloomingdale Estate in Holmby Hills for $38.75 million. Since then, Ford has been in the process of restoring and updating the nine-bedroom, seven-bathroom home that also offers numerous formal and informal entertaining spaces.