After nearly a decade-long odyssey, prolific renovator and reality TV star Jeff Lewis has decided, again, to part with the project to which he seems most attached. Known on Flipping Out simply as "Gramercy," the three-bedroom hillside home—originally designed by Wallace Neff—was first purchased by Lewis back in 2004 for $1.27M. After fixing up the joint, Lewis sold it off for $2.8M, but seemed to regret the sale for years, hoping that he could have kept it for himself. By 2011, the house had fallen into foreclosure and the serial flipper snatched it up for $1.625M. After further upgrading the house, and much debate, Lewis has decided to part with the property yet again, provided someone pays him almost double his initial investment. Listed for $3.2M, the house now boasts hand-laid marble floors, a huge walk-in closet, and plenty of bold patterns.
· 1946 N Gramercy Place [Partners Trust]
· 1937 Wallace Neff With Trendy Reno in Los Feliz Asking $3.2MM [Curbed LA]