Marijuana Mansion in Los Angeles Sells For $44 Million


A famous mansion in Los Angeles – called the marijuana mansion – is about to lose some of its stoner charm. The new owner, who plunked down $44 million for the mansion in Brentwood, apparently plans to change its famous cannabis smoking lounge into a cigar room. The designer, Ramtin Ray Nostrati, apparently has more of a fondness for cannabis than the new owner, Jeff Feinberg, the former director of Soros Fund Management. Still, Nostrati said the home will bring comfort to Feinberg. “I built and designed this home with the idea in mind that you would be on vacation every day when living here. I wanted to bring the inspiration of resort living to life at a residential property where you never wanted to leave,” Nostrati told The New York Post. The marijuana mansion is part of a trend in cannabis that includes a focus on luxury. Amenities of the Marijuana Mansion The 48,000-square-foot property is called The Brentwood Oasis. The 18,000-square-foot home features seven bedrooms and 11 bathrooms. It also offers a fantastic view of the surrounding mountains from its rooftop marijuana garden. The garden originally came with six cannabis plants tended by a harvester, but the owner asked to have the plants removed, according to the Post. The house has three decks, an indoor/outdoor pool and half of a basketball court painted in Los Angeles Lakers’ purple and yellow. It also has a TV wall that can fit nine screens, a gym, a three-hole putting green, and a sports-simulator room. If cars are your thing, the home has a 10-car showroom with floor to ceiling glass walls. But what made the mansion famous is the cannabis rooms built especially for enjoying weed. That includes having the harvester who cultivates, waters, fertilizes and harvests cannabis using organic hydroponics. The…

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