Tequila room? Yes, please. Check out the one in this $7.7 million California estate
Wine cellars are built for sophistication and style where you can sit with your family and friends, chat and enjoy expensive wines from all over the world.
But a tequila room? A tequila room is built for fun.
Well, fun and sophistication — at least in this gem of an estate that has landed on the real estate market in Los Angeles, California, for $7.69 million.
“The Rossmore House… a seamless blend of old-world charm and modern elegance, this remarkable 1923 English home sits on an expansive 18,750 square-foot lot, 5,500 square feet of living space within the prestigious Hancock Park (Home Preservation District),” the listing on Sotheby’s International Realty says. “Verdant privacy hedges surround this gated estate. Enchanting gardens and park-like grounds surround a semi-circular driveway leading to a grand porte-cochere (covered entrance).”
The regal home — which could be considered a work of art all on its own — has four bedrooms and seven full bathrooms, all of which flow with individual style that work seamlessly together.
“High-end finishes at every turn, from a refined color palette and wainscoting to the gleaming tile and hardwood flooring cascading underfoot,” the listing describes. “Natural light floods into the stately living room which opens to an intimate sunroom leading to a romantic courtyard. Glass doors that let the outside in set the mood as you host intimate dinners in the adjacent dining room.”
Other features include:
Speakeasy with a bar
And then of course, there’s the tequila tasting room, which is made of brick and has a massive, round green leather couch with a table in the middle to hold numerous brands of the drink.
The home is owned by David Cooley, who owns The Abbey Food & Bar, a famous bar within the LGBTQ+ community in L.A.
The listing is held by Alexis Ramos.