The Surprisingly Restrained House That Ed Hardy BuiltS

The Surprisingly Restrained House That Ed Hardy BuiltS

Designer Christian Audigier is the man responsible for assaulting our eyes with Von Dutch trucker's caps and Ed Hardy t-shirts. However, inside his Los Angeles mansion, there isn't an airbrushed rose or bedazzled tiger in sight.

Real Estalker reports that Audigier is asking $8,299,000 for the shockingly tasteful seven bedroom, seven bath home, which also includes a four-car garage, Audigier's Rolls Royce Phantom 5, and,

.8 acre oasis-like grounds that include number of al fresco dining areas, fountains, a vast swimming pool lined with deep blue tiles and, on opposite sides of the swimming pool, over-sized twin cabanas with eating and lounging areas, a "sleek blt-in 20-foot long hotel bar" (whatever that is), and a fully equipped outdoor grilling kitchen.

Yes, this:

The Surprisingly Restrained House That Ed Hardy BuiltS



and this:

The Surprisingly Restrained House That Ed Hardy BuiltS



paid for that classy pad.

But, living in Audigier's former home is not without it's drawbacks. The new owner may have a hard time chasing out the house guests:

The Surprisingly Restrained House That Ed Hardy BuiltS

Christian Audigier Heaves Hancock Park Pad On The Market [Real Estalker]
Christian Audigier Rose Cluster Embroidered Hat [ChristianAudigier.com]
Christian Audigier Royal Mermaid Paltinum Tee [ChristianAudigier.com]