After moving to a much bigger and much more opulent mansion in Beverly Crest, celebrity chef Wolfgang Puck has put his modest Beverly Hills Mediterranean-style villa on the market. Puck is known for his many restaurants (including the popular Spago), cookbooks and TV shows and has become one of the most successful and well known Restauranteurs in America.
This home features beautiful architecture and, obviously, a well-equipped gourmet kitchen. We guarantee that any chef (or foodie) would be sure to fall in love with it’s sleek design, open layout and top-of-the-line appliances.
At just over 6,000 square feet, this mediterranean hideaway features 5 bedrooms and six-and-a-half baths as well as a stunning front courtyard and multiple terraces. In fact, the french doors leading from the incredibly bright and spacious master bedroom overlook the pool, outdoor entertaining areas and perfectly kept gardens. Beamed, vaulted ceilings add extra elegance to the living area along with dark hardwood floors and off-white walls.
Wolfgang and his wife, Gelila Assefa Puck, are now living in a $14M, 12,289 square foot, 8 bedroom, 11 bathroom mansion named Villa Les Violettes that was originally built in 1939. It also came complete with a two-story library, limestone galleria, outdoor kitchen and tennis court. But if you’re willing to settle for Puck’s Mediterranean “leftovers”, which come in the form of a beautifully terraced and landscaped 5 bedroom home, you’ll be able to pick them up for around $8.49M in Beverly Hills.
And if you’re curious, here’s a few photos of his new humble abode.