The Hollywood Hills architectural masterpiece owned by DJ Erick Morillo earlier than he died is being listed by one of many stars of “Promoting Sundown” … who says it is his favourite residence ever.
Jason Oppenheim initially offered the unbelievable property, as soon as dubbed The Flying Wing, to the “I Prefer to Transfer It” DJ again in 2014 … and now Erick’s household’s working with Jason to promote it once more.
The 4-bed, 6-bath magnificence was designed by famed architect Harry Gesner, and Oppenheim says its storied historical past and breathtaking views of L.A. are unequalled … and there is a lot extra.
The 4,543 sq. ft. is constructed into its personal hillside with jetliner views from an open ground plan … which options vaulted wooden plank ceilings, and disappearing glass doorways for tons of pure gentle.
There is a chef’s kitchen, spacious residing and eating areas, a custom-built bar and an infinity pool to additional absorb these views. After Erick purchased the place, he constructed a state-of-the-art music studio beneath the pool … and upgraded your entire property with an audiovisual system.
Erick purchased the house for $7.6 million, and Jason’s itemizing it now at $7.999 mil.
We broke the story, Morillo — finest recognized for his 1993 hit — died Sept. 1 in Miami Seaside. It was later decided his loss of life was attributable to an unintentional overdose.