Scooter Braun purchases a sprawling Brentwood mansion on four-acre property for $65million


Scooter Braun purchases a sprawling six-bedroom Brentwood mansion on four-acre property for $65million

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Scooter Braun is moving on up and into a new palatial pad.

The 40-year-old media mogul purchased a sprawling, six-bedroom Brentwood mansion for an astonishing $65million.

Located at the top of Mandeville Canyon in the affluent neighborhood, the sale of the massive 19,000-square-foot property was reportedly the second-biggest ever completed on the Westside of Los Angeles.

Wow! Scooter Braun purchased a sprawling, six-bedroom Brentwood mansion for an astonishing $65million

A Pacific Palisades property was sold over the summer for $83million to a still unidentified buyer. 

His new Brentwood home was designed by famed architect Noah Walker and sits on a private road.

Larry and Kathleen Paul, whose family are part-owners of the Pittsburgh Steelers National Football League team, built the contemporary masterpiece.

Insane: Located at the top of Mandeville Canyon in the affluent neighborhood, the sale of the massive 19,000-square-foot property was reportedly the second-biggest ever completed on the Westside of Los Angeles

Insane: Located at the top of Mandeville Canyon in the affluent neighborhood, the sale of the massive 19,000-square-foot property was reportedly the second-biggest ever completed on the Westside of Los Angeles

Interior designer Jamie Bush gave a seamless flow to the home with wood-filled interiors throughout the palatial pad.

In addition to extensive living spaces, amenities in the main house include a theater, gym and indoor lap pool. 

The immaculate grounds were expertly crafted by renowned landscape designer, Christine London, and includes an outdoor pool, gardens and detached guest house. 

Money maker: In April, he scored big when sold his Icatha Holdings company to the agency behind K-pop phenomenon BTS — HYBE — for a whopping $1.05billion

Money maker: In April, he scored big when sold his Icatha Holdings company to the agency behind K-pop phenomenon BTS — HYBE — for a whopping $1.05billion

Scooter, who’s real name is Scott, filed for divorce from his wife of seven years, Yael Cohen Braun, in July.

The pair began dating in 2013 and were wed by July 2014 in Whistler, British Columbia at a celebrity-strewn affair where they walked down the aisle as Justin sang All You Need Is Love by the Beatles. 

The couple will follow the terms of their prenuptial agreement, likely leaving Scooter with most of his assets along with his burgeoning music empire. 

It's over! Scooter Braun has officially filed for divorce from wife of seven years Yael Cohen Braun. They're seen in 2018 above

It’s over! Scooter Braun has officially filed for divorce from wife of seven years Yael Cohen Braun. They’re seen in 2018 above

In April, he scored big when sold his Icatha Holdings company to the agency behind K-pop phenomenon BTS — HYBE — for a whopping $1.05billion.

According to the terms of their prenup, which was drafted by Hollywood divorce super-attorney Laura Wasser, he will pay spousal support to Yael, who is the heir to a South African mining fortune. Documents did not list a date of separation.

It’s likely Wasser — who’s worked with celebrities like or Angelina Jolie, Heidi Klum, Kim Kardashian, Kris Jenner, Johnny Depp, Ryan Reynolds, Christina Aguilera, and Dr. Dre — crafted Braun an iron-clad agreement securing his sizable fortune.

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