"Marijuana mansion" no more: plants removed after sale of California pot palace

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A so-called “marijuana mansion” in the Brentwood area of Los Angeles is no longer the pot palace it once was after its rooftop cannabis grow, as well as numerous other stoner-minded amenities, was placed on the market. The seven-bedroom home was snapped up last week by former Soros Fund Management director Jeff Feinberg, who was apparently attracted by the home’s architecture as opposed to its potential as a hotbox. Feinberg paid US$44 million ($53.5 million) for his new 18,000-square-foot digs, but according to the New York Post , a realtor said he “did not want [the weed garden] so it was removed prior to closing.” This marijuana mogul’s L.A. mansion — just listed — is absolutely wild Mike Tyson putts and puffs at Arnold Schwarzenegger’s mansion Cannabis is a boon for commercial real estate space in legalized U.S. states Though Feinberg may not be a big fan of the bud, the home has a plethora of other amenities on offer – including 11 bathrooms, three rooftop decks, a built-in private security base, a lighted infinity pool, movie theatre, and multiple basketball courts. The building is set in a gated community known as the Brentwood Oasis and sits atop a 1.2-acre lot with 30,000-square-feet of outdoor space. Developer Ramtin Ray Nostrati of Huntington Estate Properties built the home as one of five “marijuana mansions” in the area, geared towards athletes seeking “at-home, anti-inflammatory medicine,” according to TMZ. The houses were initially listed at $30 and $40 million apiece. “Can you imagine having an indoor cannabis “Grow” operation, located right inside your own mansion complete with all the personal care necessary to truly grow your own ultra-high quality strains? To the cannabis enthusiast, this is like saying that you never have to smoke anyone else’s strains but your own, you control it…

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