Barry’s, Greenleaf CEOs Relist 1920s Los Angeles Chateau for $11.99 Million
Barry’s CEO Joey Gonzalez and his husband, Jon Rollo, CEO and chef of Greenleaf Kitchen & Cocktails, have put their historic 1920s chateau back on the market for $11.99 million.
Located in the tony Hancock Park section of Los Angeles, the six-bedroom, six-bathroom home, which they bought in 2016 for $6.95 million, according to property records, has been restored with a mix of original period details and modern updates.
“Real estate has always been both our passions. In addition to growing our respective companies,” Mr. Gonzalez, who heads the fitness company formerly known as Barry's Bootcamp, said in a statement. “We’ve found joy in discovering architectural homes that we could restore and reimagine into modernity.”
The ground level includes a grand foyer with a wraparound staircase; a wood-paneled library with built-in cabinets and detailing; a spacious, modern chef’s kitchen; and a garden bar with glass doors that open out into the backyard dining and entertaining areas, according to listing photos.
The property stands on 32,000 square feet, and the outdoor space has been renovated to include multiple dining and entertaining areas, an outdoor fireplace, a large pool, and well-manicured citrus, vegetable and cutting gardens.
The primary suite has been updated to include a terrace that overlooks the grounds, as well as both indoor and outdoor showers. In addition to the rest of the property’s living quarters, the home comes with a full upstairs guest suite with a skylight, bathroom, and kitchenette.
The home is back on the market after nearly selling earlier this year, listing records indicate. It was first listed in August 2020 for $14.995 million, and went into contract for $12.5 million in February before it was put back up for sale for about $500,000 less this week. Danelle Lavin and Aaron Kirman of Compass are representing the listing, and did not immediately respond to requests for comment.