At the top of his historic partnership with Sony Pictures Entertainment to launch 1868 studios, Latin music superstar Renee “Resident” Perez Jugler is surprisingly laying the roots of real estate in Los Angeles. The four-time Grammy winner and 25-time Latin Grammy Award winner has paid estate 5.8 million for a landmark decision at Prime Enquino in the San Fernando Valley neighborhood.
The newly built, nearly 8,000-square-foot, clapboard-sided mantle was sold in May 2018 to David Specter, CEO of Penimac Financial Services at Mortgage Banking, for just 5 million. The house at the time was luxurious, if fairly simple, modern farmhouse-style structure – one of the seas of modern Enkino farmhouses.
Specter later hired an army of top interior designers and landscape architects who transformed the .62-acre estate into a sophisticated showcase of bold decorative choices. Inside, eye-popping spots include a refined dining room with a graphite-colored coffered ceiling and whale wallpaper, a double-island kitchen, custom fixtures and dark gray marble countertops, and dozens of jade green plates. Media room, which includes L-shaped magenta couch and an intricate wallpaper design by Maya Romanoff.
Upstairs, the room includes five bedrooms, all of which are equipped with a bath tub. The master retreat continues in addition to the pink armchairs and a glamorous, densely-covered marble-decorated decoration in a bathroom almost perfectly. A soaking tub and French door have access to a private gesture.
Outside, landscaping is no less sophisticated than in-house advice. There are dozens of carefully sculpted boxwoods, a complex-woven Greek key hedge by the bridge, a lawn with grass and a new-oval motorcourt, a three-car garage with space for at least half a dozen cars. There is also a pool and spa, a pool house, custom landscape lighting and a sonos-controlled audio / visual system. The house sits on a high knoll above the streetfront behind the lock gate for privacy.
Now 42, Resident has been making music professionally for over 15 years. Although the native Puerto Rican achieved great fame and widespread success through his rap career, the direction of the film was “always my passion,” he says. 1868 will create studios in Resident and Sony will create and produce original content projects across multiple formats, specifically focusing on the following stories.
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