YouTuber Tati Westbrook L.A. Bought a modern farmhouse – different3 min read
Although she has been living at home for more than three years, property records revealed only last week that high-profile beauty guru Tati Westbrook and her husband James finally bought their Sherman Oaks homeowner – a San Diego-based real estate investor – in an off-market deal. And Masserati-powered YouTuber is its nearest new modern farmhouse $ 3.3 million for the ira, which elae Its sitting in the pocket of a particularly coveted neighborhood in the San Fernando Valley.
Built in 2016, the house has about 5,000 square feet of walls and gates for protection. Outside the tree-shaded front yard and attached two-car garage, an ebony-black front door opens directly into a spacious spring area with a fireplace and dedicated formal dining space. Acorn-colored hardwood floors flow across long, narrow rooms, which pack up five bedrooms – all of which bathe naturally.
The country-style kitchen offers faulty wood cabinets, fancy vegetable appliances, a marble backsplash, oversized butler pantry and a temperature-controlled, walk-in wine closet. It also opens directly into the sunny family home, where there is another fireplace by built-in cabinets, plus giant glass pocket doors that firmly “disappear”, allowing no access to the backyard and roof.
Other swank features include a stadium-style tiered seated cinema theater and rooms for eight, another with a fireplace, an upstairs master master suite, great bathrooms and show-room-appropriate rooms and an Alfresco dining area. The lawn has plenty of space for dog walks and a dark bottled immersion pool and spa to cool off in the heat of the valley.
Perhaps the most unique and notable feature of the property though is its 950 sq ft isolated guesthouse, which is located just behind the quarter-acre space. In 2017, Mr. Kate, Westbrook’s popular YouTube design team, transformed the space into an “epic beauty room” and film studio combo, despite being still a tenant. The result was white and gold, with dozens of built-in drawers in the Ultra-Glam office and cubes full for storage. Today, the space is filled with Westbrook’s small fortune’s costly makeup products, which is enough to make even cosmetic cosmetic collectors cry with envy.
But Westbrook’s world-class makeup collection is hardly surprising. Over the past decade, she has risen from obscurity to become one of the biggest beauty influencers on social media, with her video reviews regularly capturing millions, if not thousands, of views. Now in its late 30s, Seattle Native has amassed nearly 1 million subscribers and 1.4 billion lifetime views on YouTube.
In addition to her social media presence, Westbrook is a new makeup brand – Tata Beauty – through which she has released the now-sold eyeshadow palette and her “blendful” sponge. Westbrook also owns Hello Beauty, a company that makes vitamin supplements designed to help “reduce the symptoms” of various skin conditions.
But despite his business success, Westbrook is probably still best known for last year’s so-called “DramaZedon 2.0”, a notorious and particularly disgusting YouTube catfight that spread between him and fellow top influential James Charles. Westbrook, who has long served as Charles’ de facto adviser, posted a 43-minute long techtown video titled “By Sister” in which he publicly severed all ties with him.
Within a few days, “Buy Sister” had seen millions of people. Jeffrey Starr eventually got into a quarrel, followed by a series of significant videos, and rumors that lawyers were hired by all parties involved. Although the original Westbrook video was finally deleted and the dust settled long ago, the three former friends – Starr, Charles and Westbrook – will no longer talk to each other.
Today Westbrook is spending time between Sherman Oakes and his birthplace Washington. In addition to its new ৩ 3.3 million, online companies indicate that its secondary residence to the north is Belve’s skyscraper with a 24-hour, 24-hour door, a doorman and personal fitness facilities. The latest, valued at about $ 7 million, the apartment has a crystal-clear view of the Seattle skyline and Lake Washington. It’s also a few minutes’ walk from the homes of financially heavy hitters like Bill Gates, Jeff Bezos and Steve Ballmer in Medina and Hunt’s Point.