Ross Levinsohn – Yahoo’s former head of global media and interim CEO who was famously replaced by Marissa Mayer in 2012 – is apparently trading homes in Los Angeles.
He just sold the Brentwood home he’s owned since 2011, selling it for $7.65 million in an off-market deal, property records on OpenHouse Realty show.
That’s more than $2 million more than the $5.625 million he paid for it five years ago.
Just a few days later, according to property records, a trust linked to Levinsohn was behind the purchase of another Los Angeles home, this one for $3.35 million. Levinsohn’s new home has four bedrooms, five bathrooms, and 3,330 square feet of space.
It’s about half the size of his former home, but it’s still quite nice. Levinsohn was recently reported to be one of the bidders interested in buying Yahoo’s core business.
Betty-Jo Tilley of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices had the listing.
Like Levinsohn’s former home, this one is also in the Brentwood section of Los Angeles. It recently underwent an extensive renovation and has beautiful hardwood floors.
The living room comes complete with its own fireplace.
Another seating area leads to the open kitchen.
The kitchen has Sub-Zero appliances and a Wolf range, and it’s covered in Calacatta gold marble.
This dining area looks out onto the backyard.
Outside, you’ll find a pool, a spa, and plenty of space for summertime entertaining.
The home has four bedrooms, all of which let in tons of natural light.
The master bedroom has its own fireplace.
Here’s another of those bedrooms.
One of those bedrooms could be turned into a guest room or office, like the setup seen here.
Built-in bookshelves make it easy to display keepsakes.
The five bathrooms are sleek and covered with marble. This one has a freestanding tub.