“Marketing it as Ashton’s Kutcher’s bachelor pad brought in a lot of people but at one point the house became a really custom house on a beautiful lot that was gated,” Gold explained. “The advantage of the home was that someone built it but never moved in. It’s like a new house with custom details.”
Kutcher purchased the home in 2004 for $1 million while he was playing Kelso on TV’s “That ’70s Show.”
Then he and his dad, Larry, extensively renovated and remodeled the contemporary Craftsman from the ground up with design firm Duncan McIntosh. However, Kutcher never moved into his posh man cave because shortly after the home was finished, he married Demi Moore.
The two-story home was built in 1954 with an original living space of 2,002 square feet. Kutcher’s renovation expanded it to 3,235 square feet, creating an open floor plan.
The upgrade also included details like trim, moldings and railings made from mahogany, Brazilian cherry and recycled redwood trees. Other features include home theater and a wine tower and cooler, which holds 210 bottles.
Outside, the property has lush landscaping and a tiered infinity-edge spa that spills into the infinity-edge pool and lastly, into an infinity-edge waterfall.
While Kutcher’s celebrity status may have certainly helped sell the home, it also helped raise awareness for the Demi and Ashton Foundation (DNA), a non-profit organization that raises awareness about child sex slavery and helps in the rehabilitation of the victims.. Gold donated half of his commission to the cause.
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