Just four months after technological entrepreneur George Rouen, co-founder and primary power loser behind the extension of the electronic coupon-clipping browser, and his wife paid 60 60 million for 21,000 square feet of living space and 1.2 acres of unfinished Bell Air Estate. But the couple is already expanding – property records reveal they paid another 18 18 million for neighboring property that partially covered their existing fiduciary.
The new 2.3-acre acquisition features a gill set behind a large but ornately dated Mediterranean-style vet. Owned by longtime Emmy-winning comedian Harvey Corman, the mansion was previously hosting a spectacular event where frequent attendees included Carol Burnett and Tim Conway. Following Corman’s death, his widow, Deborah, sold the home in June 2017 – amid much publicity – after buyers said the property had changed slightly in the three years since, for 14 14 million.
Originally built in 1976, the 6,600-square-foot structure underwent major changes in the 1990s and now has a master suite with dual baths and a dressing room. There is an illuminated tennis court and a pool / spa blanket surrounded by a huge spa, while a large motorcourt can attach two dozen luxury automobiles.
Features such as great, clearly it seems Ruan acquired the Corman Estate not for himself but for his valuable land, which connects his air money directly to the end of a hidden Kal-de-sack in the upper Bell Air neighborhood. The new acquisition will give its 8 million compound to the original L.A. Turning the mountain into a total of 3.5 acres of land, the city of Century has jetliner views from the airspace to the Pacific Ocean on the horizon and the island of Catalina.
Rouen, now in his early forties, founded Hani in late 2012 and sold the company to PayPal earlier this year for a record $ 4 billion, L.A. Its the biggest technology acquisition. His stable-built, ultra-contemporary Bell Air masterpiece was designed by South Africa-based architecture firm Saota and includes an endless pool, formal gardens and glass walls.