An architecturally vital California compound owned by Lorna Jane and Invoice Clarkson, the husband-and-wife group behind the activewear model Lorna Jane, is itemizing for $20 million.
Along with a recent foremost home, the Pacific Palisades property contains an roughly 2,000-square-foot, circa 1948 residence referred to as the Bailey Home. The Bailey Home was designed by the late Modernist architect Richard Neutra as a part of Arts & Structure journal’s postwar Case Research Home Program, which commissioned well-known architects of the interval to design reasonably priced, trendy homes. The home, renovated by Los Angeles agency Marmol Radziner, is made up of two buildings linked by a breezeway.
The property was previously owned by the late Sam Simon, one of many creators of the animated comedy “The Simpsons,” who built the main house roughly a decade ago. The Clarksons, who stay in Australia, purchased it for $12.5 million in 2016 and restored and modernized each houses.
Altogether, the 2 homes span about 9,000 sq. ft with seven bedrooms, based on the itemizing agent, Jacqueline Chernov of Compass. The property features a koi pond, a wine cellar, a hearth pit, a saltwater swimming pool and a sizzling tub.