Naomi Osaka, a tennis star (and one of the most paid women in sports), has won a real estate auction, according to Dirt.com.
Amid reports that Naomi Osaka has been looking for new digs in New York City, it’s been revealed that she recently sold the sleek, modernist Beverly Hills home she bought in 2019 for $8.7 million – not bad considering she paid $6.9 million for it three years ago, and it’s reportedly the first home she ever bought.
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The transaction was completed off-market between Osaka and tech mogul Milun Tesovic, who is now the new owner of the house purchased by Osaka from singer Nick Jonas.
The five-bedroom, five-bathroom property, known as the Phineas Residence, is set in the center of the ritzy Beverly Hills Post Office area and dates back to 1965, although it was completely remodeled and enlarged in 2016. Official marketing brochures described it as follows:
“The Phineas Residence by award winning architectural firm SPACE International and design team Ground Up LA. Come experience the ultimate modern luxury which combines luxe materials and sets the tone for a classic indoor/outdoor modernist feel. Elevated ceilings and clerestory windows allow for an abundance of light throughout the residence.
Wide plank flooring is highlighted by sumptuous white oak in the living room. The custom milled interior paneling and cabinetry is crafted of exquisitely grained Machiche wood, as are the exterior fencing, decking and siding. Dark hematite and soft grey honed basaltina stone showcase the entry and the living room fireplace. The Miele kitchen features a wine refrigerator and built-in espresso machine, while the master bath is highlighted by freestanding Agape Spoon tub. A cantilevered floating guest house and terrace surround an infinity pool to create a private courtyard experience.”
While Osaka appears to have left the 90210 neighborhood, she still has at least one real estate connection in California, having spent a reported $6.3 million on an expansive Tarzana estate sold by Nick Lachey earlier this year.
The amazing Phineas Residence is worth seeing in the video below, courtesy of Hastings & Novak on YouTube: