A one-story Spanish hacienda with large gates, located high above street level and hidden from prying eyes by thickets of blooming bougainvillea, became Pablo Dylan’s new home. The grandson of the legendary musician purchased the property for $3 million.
The hacienda was built in 1950 but has recently undergone renovations. The kitchen features a skylight, high-end Sub-Zero and Viking appliances, a built-in wine cooler and custom cabinetry. The 260 square meter space also includes a large living room and breakfast nook with French doors opening onto the garden. The floors are finished with quality terracotta tiles and parquet.
The main house has only two bedrooms, but both are spacious, complemented by walk-in closets and en-suite bathrooms. The hacienda also has a study with a fireplace that could easily be converted into a third bedroom. An additional bedroom with bath is available in the guest wing, which is located adjacent to the property and was once a garage. Today you can leave two or three cars in a closed area and in street parking. The plot of 10 hectares is landscaped: there are lawns, a garden, flower beds, a seawater swimming pool, several terraces and a barbecue area.
The property was previously owned by actor Ben McKenzie, and his neighbors include actors Will McCormack and Kim Raver. Pablo Dylan paid $250,000 over the asking price to gain an edge over other potential buyers.