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Fashion designer Robert Rodriguez has offered his house for sale in the flats of Beverly Hills for $ 18.95 million, according to public records.

The Spanish-style house dates from a tree-lined street and dates from 1927, but recently underwent a three-year renovation and expansion. Now polished to a fine luster, the 7,314 square meters of living space has herringbone-patterned wooden floors, custom milling and a fresh white interior. A pair of 20-foot-long skylights at the top of the two-story entrance.

Pocket doors hide a hidden bar in the step-down living room, which is anchored by a custom fireplace. The open concept kitchen is equipped with an island, built-in seats and a pantry. With a separate guest apartment there are six bedrooms and eight bathrooms.

Outside, grounds of about a third of a hectare contain a swimming pool with a spa, lawn and a dining patio.

Rodriguez received recognition at the Fashion Institute of Technology, where he received a Critics Award for the best designer of the year, before accepting a position at Christian Dior. He launched his own fashion line in 2003, which has gained a permanent following among celebrities.

He bought the property three years ago for $ 8.7 million, records show.

Kurt Rappaport and Daniel Dill of Westside Estate Agency hold the listing according to the Multiple Listing Service.

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