Fashion designer Eva Chow’s Holmby Hills mansion in Los Angeles has hit the market once again for an asking price of $65 million. The home has been on the market since 2018, where it was first listed for $78 million and again in 2019 for just below $70 million.
Chow and her ex-husband restauranteur Michael Chow (as in Mr. Chow) built in the home in 2005 and modeled it after the Reina Sofia Museum in Madrid. The megamansion isn’t your typical home, but more like an art museum that houses the former couple’s world-class art collection of more than $50 million worth of art. The 1.1-acre plot of land is shrouded by trees and far from prying eyes and has a manicured flat lawn flanked by towering palm trees, which is the perfect space for outdoor entertaining or lounging. Understandably, the home took more than seven years to build.