Oracle heiress Megan Ellison is selling one of her Los Angeles mansions for $5.9 million

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Just like her father, Oracle founder Larry Ellison, Oscar-nominated producer Megan Ellison is turning out to be quite the real estate mogul.

According to property records, she has listed for sale a five-bedroom home in Los Angeles’ Mount Olympus neighborhood. She bought the home – which happens to be next-door to a much larger estate she also owns – for $5.25 million in April 2015. She’s now hoping to get $5.9 million in what would be quite the profitable sale, assuming she didn’t perform extensive renovations on the home.

This wouldn’t be the first time Ellison successfully flipped a home in Los Angeles. In 2013, she netted $14.15 million in a three-home sale in the Bird Streets neighborhood above the Sunset Strip. According to Variety, she also recently found a buyer for a home she had purchased for $13.5 million and listed for $14.995 million just a few months later.

The home that’s currently on the market has 5,240 square feet of space and gorgeous city views. Lisa Optican of Mercer Vine has the listing.

Let’s take a look inside.


Huge glass panels open to patios on both of the main floors.

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Those patios stretch for most of the length of the house and make the most of the location.

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A set of stairs leads down from the patio to the pool deck.

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That pool deck certainly has a dramatic view of the canyon below.

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Inside, the furnishings evoke a mid-century modern vibe.

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The kitchen features an island and lots of stainless steel.

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And the main living room is spacious and open.

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The home has five bedrooms on two floors.

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Each has access to the large back patio.

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There are also six bathrooms.

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Each one has its own unique marbled design.

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This master closet is impressively large.

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This wouldn’t be a bad place to hang out — day or night.

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