There are a few constants in life: washing will always need to be done, taxes must be paid, and Davina Potratz’s $75 million house listing will stay unsold.
It all started in the third season of Selling Sunset, which aired in 2020, when an overjoyed Davina notified her Oppenheim Group colleagues about her new spectacular property.
The ridiculous mansion, which belongs to the real estate agent’s client Adnan Sen, had a home theatre, a wine cellar, a gym, and one of Beverley Hill’s largest pools. In addition, there is a separate guesthouse with two bedrooms and two baths.
Her bubble was quickly crushed by employer Jason Oppenheim, who informed Davina that the house was expensive. She persisted and was able to list with the brokerage at her client’s requested pricing.
However, the multi-million-pound property is still for sale if someone has an extra 75 million (approximately 60 million in GBP) lying around and is interested.
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Visitors to the Oppenheim group’s official website will see the property’s listing as well as the infamously high price tag. It is unknown whether Davina is still associated with the listing.
It’s billed as a’sprawling Beverly Hills contemporary estate on over 1 acre of ground, newly built with great attention to design and detail.’
It also features a’seamless indoor/outdoor flow,’ which is a popular term in the Netflix series.
Davina previously spoke to Metro.co.uk about the luxurious pad.
‘Adnan is still a client,’ she told us in 2020. ‘He’s a great client and he’s very well aware that the listing is overpriced, but I think he is open to negotiating and potentially working together more.’
Meanwhile, Davina’s supervisor, Jason, expressed regret that season three did not show him congratulating Davina on obtaining the listing in the first place.
‘I think what the series focused on was my frustrations over the price, but what I would have liked it to show was my compliments that Davina deserves for bringing in the biggest listing we’ve ever had,’ he said.