Oren Aviv, the Hollywood producer behind the “National Treasure” adventure films, is on a search for a buyer in Hidden Hills. The filmmaker’s Hamptons-inspired estate is on the market for $10.5 million, real estate records show.
Built in 1999, the stately residence anchors a nearly two-acre lot. The house has 8,628 square feet of designer-done interiors, six bedrooms and seven bathrooms. A two-story foyer sits just beyond the front door.
Beamed ceilings top almost every space: the family room with a white-painted brick fireplace, the center-island kitchen with navy-colored cabinetry, the dramatic living room with a wet bar and the rotunda lounge.
There are vaulted ceilings in the home theater and first-floor master suite, the latter of which has a tile bathroom with a freestanding tub and plenty of windows. The guesthouse adds a loft and kitchenette.
Should it sell for about the asking price, the property will return more than double what Aviv paid; records show he picked up the home in 2005 for $4.2 million.
Aviv has produced such films as “Bad Moms” and “Free State of Jones.” His more recent projects include “Molly’s Game,” “The Foreigner” and “Den of Thieves,” which starred Gerard Butler.