Stevie Wonder’s former Beverly Hills compound lists for $10.99M
Isn’t it lovely?
This ribbon in the sky of a house looking down upon Los Angeles is seeking a new owner.
At 600 Clinton Place, on a shelf in the foothills of the Santa Monica Mountains with sweeping views of the city and Pacific Ocean below, a four-bedroom, eight-bathroom residence is fresh on the market with an asking price of $10.99 million.
Located in the posh Trousdale Estates neighborhood, the Hollywood Regency-style single-story property was once where singer-songwriter Stevie Wonder received his signed, sealed deliveries — which is to say he rented the address from 2011 to 2015, according to materials supplied to The Post.
Built in 1970, the “oasis” offers a gated compound on a lushly landscaped ledge complete with an underground four-car garage, a fitness center and an office — plus the bragging rights that come with its 90210 ZIP code.
Set on just under half an acre, the home has a little over 6,200 square feet of interior space in sum.
Huge square steps lead to the double-doored entry, through which is a columned foyer and, beyond, a fireplace-equipped living room with a bar.
The kitchen has cabinets galore, an eat-in island and abundant counter space, and there’s also a separate formal dining room.
In addition to the scenic outlook onto the sea and shining metropolis (or smog, depending on the weather), the backyard also boasts an oblong pool and a covered patio area, the roof held up by slender white columns.
The listing is held by Holland Ashrafnia, Aleks Lipovic, and Kyle Siwik of The H Group at AKG | Christie’s and Aaron Kirman of AKG | Christie’s.
“This home embodies the quintessential LA lifestyle with incredible views from the hills and celebrity neighbors left and right,” Lipovic told The Post of the address. “This neighborhood in Trousdale is so quiet and private, so owners truly have the best of both worlds when it comes to entertaining and living.”