Meir Siboni and Jonathan Menlo unveil bold Hancock Park masterpiece

On the heels of building and selling the most expensive home in celebrity-filled Calabasas for $30 million, megamansion developing duo Meir Siboni and Jonathan Menlo of Go Green Remodeling have just completed and listed a bold and lavish contemporary compound on one of Hancock Park’s most coveted streets.

Offered at $24,999,000, the property is the highest-priced new construction home in Hancock Park on the market.

The main residence and separate guest house comprise approximately 13,000 square feet of impeccable living space and include six ensuite bedrooms, a personal salon, movie theater, fitness center, office and a one bedroom, two bathroom guest house.

Beyond the stately front door, Malerba chandeliers grace a dramatic foyer opening to an expansive living room, marble-clad wet-bar and dining room complete with a temperature-controlled glass wine cellar.

A custom Scavolini kitchen with dual islands and lacquered wood accent wall, complemented by a stainless steel, state-of-the-art chef’s prep kitchen, is the heart of this lavish home.

Above the floating glass staircase, an elegant primary suite features two large Poliform walk-in closets, a black-marble encased shower with fireplace, soaking tub, and a spacious private balcony.

The oversized backyard boasts a sparkling pool with a see-through glass wall providing an underwater view from the adjacent sunken seating area and fire pit. A tennis court, outdoor kitchen, al fresco dining room, impressive motor court complete the outdoor features.

The one-of-a-kind luxury compound at 315 South Hudson Avenue, Hancock Park is listed at $24,999,000 by Aaron Kirman and Verna Helbling.