‘Flipping Out’ Star Jeff Lewis Looks To Sell Renovated L.A. Mansion for $5.5M

“Flipping Out” star Jeff Lewis has placed his remodeled Los Angeles mansion back on the market for $5.5 million.

The interior designer, known for his volatile personality and show-stopping home remodels, starred in a reality TV show that followed his personal and professional antics. Now, for a fan of the designer’s aesthetic, this L.A. abode is move-in ready—with no renovation or reality TV drama required.

The home first came on the market in August 2020 for $5.8 million. The price dropped to $5.5 million the following month, and then the listing was removed in November. It reemerged in August for $6 million, was removed shortly thereafter, and then relisted at the current lower price.


The home flipper tapped “Million Dollar Listing” stars Josh and Matt Altman with Douglas Ellison to list the home.

On his Sirius XM radio show, Lewis explained the recent price cut. He’s ready to move on

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Flipping Houses in 2021? Keep These 5 Home Renovations Trends on Your Radar

If home flips are on your radar for the new year, then take note: Home design trends are changing.

According to predictions from Houzz and the National Kitchen and Bath Association, 2021 should usher in new trends in color, home technology, and even tile — and if you want your flips to align with buyer preferences, you’ll want to study up.

Here’s a look at some of the larger trends the two industry players forecast for the new year:

1. Open floor plans will be out

They used to be all the rage, but open floor plans are no longer in high demand. With so many Americans now working from home, people are looking for properties with more privacy, like areas for family members to work, hop on a video call, or take virtual classes in peace.

According to Houzz, providing this space can be done in several ways,

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