HOUSE OF THE DAY: America's First Supermodel Lists Her 'Balinese Inspired' Home For $12 Million
Cheryl Tiegs, who claims to be America's first supermodel, has listed her gated Bel Air home for $12 million, according to celebrity real estate blog The Real Estalker
Tiegs purchased the home back in 1996 for an unknown sum, and had the home redesigned in a Balinese style by Martyn Lawrence Bullard, a designer on Bravo's Million Dollar Decorator.
The listing through Rodeo Realty says the model's mansion is 4,770 square feet, and has five bedrooms, a wine cellar, eat-in kitchen, and views of downtown LA from the backyard.
In fact, the only thing that would be missing if you bought this home is the perpetually-gorgeous supermodel herself.
The home is in East Gate Bel Air and sits on 1.43 acres of property.
It has long driveway with a large motor court for multiple cars.
The one-story home was designed by Martyn Lawrence Bullard.
The interior design is described as "Balinese inspired."
The main rooms have large ceilings with floor-to-ceiling windows lining the walls.
The floorplan is open, with each spacious room flowing into the next.
The master bedroom has a fireplace and polished dark floors.
The bathroom has a steam shower, and views of the backyard.
It even has this amazing walk-in closet with seating and a large vanity.
The eat-in kitchen is also nice with a chef's stove and bar seating.
And this dining room with views of the backyard can easily fit 10 guests.
There's plenty of space in the home. In addition to the five bedrooms, there's also a wine cellar and an office.
The lagoon pool is close to the property's guest house.
And here's that great view of downtown LA from the garden.
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