Though it’s been barely two years since Dave Holmes doled out $13.5 million for a so-called modern Napa Valley-style mansion in the guard-gated city of Hidden Hills, the Coldplay manager and his model wife Sessilee Lopez are already looking to unload their San Fernando Valley spread, asking a speck under $18 million.
Built in 2020, the gated house includes 13,460 square feet of three-level living space boasting seamless indoor-outdoor environs throughout. Also on tap are a wealth of high-tech and leisure amenities alike — an elevator, a movie theater, temperature-controlled wine cellar, fitness room with an infrared sauna, laundry jet system and six-car garage sporting an automated carousel, just to name a few.
Especially standing on on the main level is an open great room, which is highlighted by a spacious fireside living area lined with retractable glass doors spilling out to the backyard. An adjacent dining area connects to the gourmet kitchen, which is decked out with an eat-in island and top-tier Gaggenau appliances.
Coming in at a whopping 2,000 square feet, the sumptuous master retreat has not one but two fireplaces, a “hidden” TV that drops down from the ceiling and private patio, along with its own kitchenette, a spacious walk-in closet, and luxe marble-clad bath equipped with heated floors, dual vanities, a dressing area, an oval soaking tub and glassy shower with room for two people.
Rounding it all out? The acre-plus property’s professionally landscaped grounds, which are nestled adjacent to a nature preserve, and host a zero-edge pool and spa flanked by a cabana with a full kitchen. There’s also a guesthouse on the property.