Supermodel extraordinaire Cindy Crawford and her nightlife and tequila entrepreneur husband Rande Gerber are the new owners of a 5,386-square-foot, single-story contemporary home in the affluent Trousdale neighborhood in Beverly Hills, California.
The couple paid just under $12 million for the five-bedroom home that was asking $12.75 million, according to a publicist for Partners Trust, who represented the seller. The deal could not be found in city records, but Partners Trust shows a sale price of $11.625 million on its website.
Ms. Crawford and Mr. Gerber, both in their 50s, bought the property from Ryan Tedder, the frontman of band OneRepublic, according to the publicist. The musician has also served as a songwriter and music producer for other artists including Madonna, U2, Adele and Beyoncé.
Mr. Tedder and his wife Genevieve bought the house in 2014 for $7.435 million, said broker David Gray of Partners Trust. Along with architect and designer Alvarez Morris, the pair restored the 1959 residence. They did “pretty much everything,” Mr. Gray said. “They expanded it, added a couple of rooms, a large guest suite and a family room.” They also replaced doors and windows and installed new flooring and landscaping. The renovation took almost two years, Mr. Gray said.
The property has an open-floor plan, maid’s quarters, a pool and a poolside bath, according to the listing. Broker Kurt Rappaport of Westside Agency represented the buyers. He could not be reached for comment.
Separately, Ms. Crawford and Mr. Gerber have been listing their Malibu, California, mansion for $60 million since 2016. Property records show they bought it for $50.5 million in 2015.
In 2016, it was reported that the couple may be moving into the still-under-construction 100 East 53rd St. Mr. Gerber could not be reached for comment, and a representative for Ms. Crawford did not respond before publication.
TMZ first reported on the sale.
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