Sutton Stracke, a new cast member on “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills,” has listed her Los Angeles home for $8.95 million. The graceful traditional includes the Southern-born socialite’s to-die-for closet.
Although we’re sure the enormous closet will be emptied soon—if it isn’t already—the upscale estate still offers plenty of perks.
Stracke and her ex-husband, Christian Stracke, purchased the place in 2012 for $7 million. But the couple, who have three children, divorced in 2017. Now, the reality TV star is moving on from the home they lived in together.
Located in lower Bel Air and built in 1936, the home was originally designed by the legendary Los Angeles architect James Dolena. It sits on nearly an acre of land, behind double private gates on a quiet cul-de-sac.
The house has 6,627 square feet of living space, with six bedrooms and eight bathrooms.
You enter into a formal entry with a curved staircase, which opens onto a spacious living room with original crown moldings and a fireplace. Pocket doors separate the living space from the formal dining room, which is decorated with hand-painted French wallpaper.
The open-concept chef’s kitchen is adjacent to a casual eating area and family room.
Upstairs, the spacious master bedroom has a fireplace and a private balcony that overlooks the private grounds. The suite is fit for a fashionista and features walk-in dressing rooms.
The listing photos show Stracke’s eye-popping, floor-to-ceiling shoe collection, glass cases filled with handbags, as well as racks of couture clothes.
You can see and hear more about them in the video of the star’s closet tour, which includes a tiara collection, designer-signed high heels, and a Louis Vuitton Capucines handbag with its dangling carrot charm designed by the Swiss artist Urs Fischer.
A sitting room separates the master suite from the other three bedrooms. The home also includes a screening room, sunroom, and guest room.
Outside, you’ll find a pool and spa surrounded by a grassy lawn. Perfect for lounging or entertaining, the raised brick patio contains seating and a fire pit, as well as a pergola.
The 49-year-old made her “RHOBH” debut in season 10, but has been demoted to “friend” rather than full housewife. People magazine attributed her status on the show to her ex-husband’s desire to keep their kids off camera. Perhaps the tiara-loving debutante will get more air time as time goes on. Stay tuned.
Michael Mahoney with Keller Williams Beverly Hills holds the listing.