According to Dirt.com, the architectural sanctuary initially hit the market last summer for $42 million before two significant price drops. Travis eventually paid the $23.5 million purchase price in cash, making it one of the biggest recent deals in L.A.’s luxury real estate market.
The house comes with plenty of privacy as it’s completely invisible from the road and situated below street level and neighboring homes, owned by the likes of LeBron James and Petra Ecclestone. The Italian marble driveway slopes onto the home’s roof where there’s parking for over a dozen cars, with space for 20 more vehicles in the basement’s auto gallery.
Other amenities include two junior master suites, a 15-seat theater, gym, sauna, two elevators, and a wine cellar that holds up to 650 bottles.
There’s also substantial outdoor entertaining space with a kitchen, poolside cabana, alfresco dining decks, and a 75-foot infinity pool with a glass bottom that floats over the property’s game room, complete with a designer ping-pong table.
Travis currently owns a 9,680-square-foot mansion in the Beverly Hills Post Office neighborhood of L.A., which he and Kylie Jenner purchased for $13.45 million in 2018.