Articulate CEO Lucy Suros has bought a home in Los Angeles – DIRT

Although not really well known, Lucy Suros runs one of the country’s hottest tech startups as CEO. She is also a technology veteran with extensive experience at Apple, Adobe and PayPal. For the past 10 years, she has worked for Articulate Global, an innovative New York-based company, currently valued at nearly $ 4 billion, specializing in remote workplace training platforms, where she recently served. promoted to the position of general manager. So it makes perfect sense that Suros could live and work anywhere. His home of choice, for now: a brand new modern farm-inspired construction in the upscale Pacific Palisades neighborhood of Los Angeles.

Records show that Suros won his property in a bidding war, paying $ 200,000 of the asking price of $ 7.5 million. Sitting on nearly a quarter of an acre of land in the blufftop neighborhood of Huntington Palisades – just minutes from the village of Palisades and Potrero Canyon Park – the metal-roofed structure was built last year. Sporting a gray stucco facade displaying steel casement windows and an attached two-car garage adorned with a decorative wood door, the multi-level home has five bedrooms and six bathrooms spread over nearly 7,000 square feet . Floor-to-ceiling sliding glass doors in almost any room deliver the quintessential SoCal indoor-outdoor lifestyle.

A portico surmounts the front door, which opens onto the main level highlighted by a large living room centered around a striking fireplace and balcony. Other highlights include a dining area spilling out onto a tiled alfresco dining area with a waterfall and garden, and an elegantly designed gourmet kitchen fitted with high-end Miele appliances and a kitchen island. restoration. There is also a fireside family room, two en-suite guest bedrooms and an office which leads out to a balcony overlooking the town.

Upstairs, the spacious main retreat features an elegant linear fireplace, private balcony and custom showroom-style closet, as well as a luxurious bathroom fitted with two sinks and of an oval tub. Dedicated primarily to entertainment, the lower level has a media room with custom built-in elements, a full bar, and wine cellar; and the leafy grounds are home to an infinity pool and spa, as well as a fireplace and built-in barbecue.

Gary Glass of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices California Properties held the list; Suros has been replaced by Katie Pardee and Tami Pardee from Pardee Properties.

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