Where does a big-money Los Angeles real estate broker call home?
Bravo’s “Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles” star Josh Flagg gave fans a look at his digs on L.A.’s Sunset Strip.
The decor of the two-bedroom/two-bath, Spanish-style home shows the star has a taste for the eclectic and rare. He showed off two horse sculptures that he says he bought in Hong Kong and “very possibly are worth more than the house.”
He went on to show another of his favorite things, a telegram from the evening the Titanic sunk. “Love this piece,” he said.
He also showed off a chair that belonged to his grandmother, who died earlier this month at 94. The chair now sits in his “lounge” area, which is adjacent to his kitchen.
“When my grandmother had her penthouse done, probably 30 years ago, she had it published in every magazine and this chair was in lots of those photos,” he recalled. “I loved it so much that I asked her if I can have it. Before she could answer me, I just walked out of the house and took it.”
Flagg’s backyard was made for relaxing: It has a jacuzzi, sauna, lounge area and its own bathroom.
Watch TheWrap’s exclusive first look at the home tour above.
On Wednesday’s new episode, Flagg tries to sell his Bel Air Crest listing, which was priced at $9.4 million, despite the fact his client cannot contain herself during the negotiation. And after crashing Josh Altman’s open house and trash-talking the property, new cast members — the English duo of David Parnes and James Harris — lands the largest listing of their careers: A $48 million dollar estate.
“Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles” airs Wednesdays at 9 p.m. ET/PT.