An airy new construction home in the Brentwood section of Los Angeles hit the market last week for $11.995 million.

The six-bedroom home was created by top architectural designer Jae Omar in collaboration with architect Eran Gispan and developer JVE Development. It follows a $26 million ad designed by Omar in the Encino market, as well as Los Angeles Rams coach Sean McVay’s purchase of a $14 million mansion in Hidden Hills. created by the designer.

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“Personally, I think Jae is the most talented designer I’ve seen in a long time,” said Matt Altman’s Altman Brothers team of Douglas Elliman, who shares the roster with his brother Josh Altman, as well as Jacqueline Chernov. from Compass. “He has such a great style and such a unique look [to his properties]and the quality is on such a different level.

“The way he builds is not like building a custom house, it’s like building something for himself,” Altman added.

Designed for indoor and outdoor living, the listing photos show a sunny open plan layout on the main level with wood paneled walls and ceilings, plus an open kitchen and living room with glass doors overlooking the backyard of the House. The outdoor area includes a swimming pool with an attached hot tub and lawn, patio seating, an outdoor kitchen and bar, and a fully finished accessory living unit that can be used as a guest residence or additional leisure space.

“The rear accessory compartment is amazing, the size of it,” Mr. Altman said. “It’s right next to the pool and fully set up. You can use it as a giant cabana pool or turn it into an amazing gym.

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“It has a full bedroom, and whether someone wants to work from home, train at home, or have someone live there, it provides invaluable extra space,” Mr. Altman added. “It’s better than any hotel room you’ll find.”

The ground floor of the main residence also includes a large open kitchen with islands and a breakfast bar; a separate bar area with wine cellar; and a large open dining room, as per the listing photos.

Upstairs, a master suite is appointed with a marble fireplace, walk-in closets, an adjoining “spa-quality” bathroom and a private balcony.

“This property represents my signature contemporary farmhouse style, but with a deconstructed facade that has been paired to create greater juxtaposition with the opulent, natural palette that runs throughout the interior,” Mr. Omar said in a statement sent by email.

The 7,240 square foot home also includes office space, a home theater, an attached garage with electric vehicle charging and smart home technology, according to the listing.

The listing hit the market last Monday, and developers bought the property for $2.725 million in late 2020, records show.