Here's How Much Brooklyn Beckham And Nicola Peltz Are Selling Their Mansion For

The eldest of the Beckham brood, Brooklyn Beckham and his fiance, Nicola Peltz, have put their palatial Los Angeles home on the market for $10,999,999. That is right, just a dollar shy of $11 million. The move comes eight months after the couple shelled out $10.5 million for the 7,700-square-foot home. Per reports, their decision has nothing to do with the luxe mansion or its exclusive location but more with their desire to be closer to family.

"They loved the house and are sad to be listing it, but realized that they wanted to be more flexible and bicoastal. They want to have both a place in L.A. and one in Miami to be closer to their families, so a property this big just didn't make sense as they started looking at their more immediate future plans," an unnamed source reiterated to PEOPLE, noting that "Brooklyn's family has a place in Miami and Nicola's family is in Palm Beach." This confirms reports of the pair currently house shopping in the Sunshine State.

The OM House, as it is called, was developed by Micah McDonald and constructed and designed by Jason and Sonya Powell of the James Group. Carl Gambino & Associates holds the listing and assures that the new owners will enjoy an exceptional architectural sanctuary.

Modern Architecture

The OM House sits behind private gates in the Beverly Hills Post Office area on just over a third of an acre. It consists of five bedrooms and seven bathrooms — five full bathrooms, two half baths — and amenities that prioritize mindfulness and wellness, defining the house to a tee. This includes a rooftop meditation path, steam room, a wooden dry sauna, and massage room. The interior is demarcated by expansive walls of glass that not only showcase lush greenery and gorgeous hills of Beverly Hills but also contribute to the open layout design.

Though the OM House is museum-like, it is modern architecture meets functionality, offering seamless indoor and outdoor flow, feng shui balance, and all-natural interior features made of exotic wood and stone. Per the listing, smooth lines and rounded transitions will not be the only elements to greet guests upon entry. A smoky quartz crystal on a pedestal perches in the entryway to "purify and neutralize unwanted energy." Gem spiritualists believe that smoky quartz crystals aid in the warfare against depression, anxiety, fear, and negativity.

Inside the museum-like house

Walking through large glass doors that open to a foyer centralized around the smoky quartz crystal is how to access the interior of the sprawling mansion. The primary suite is a one-of-a-kind haven, featuring a lounge, luxurious bathroom with an outdoor soaking tub, dual walk-in closets, and a private staircase leading to the rooftop terrace with sweeping views. A large glass door takes full advantage of the stunning location and opens onto a balcony of the primary suite.

Sticking to the expectations of contemporary interior design, a neutral color palette runs through the house. Where there is no glass, white stains the walls perfectly, allowing the colors of the hardwood flooring to contrast gently against the surrounding greenery. The sitting room has a minimalist design, consisting of comfortable couches around a coffee table and a textured-gray feature wall holding a TV and ventless fireplace. What stands out the most is the large glass door that announces the ample outdoor space, where you can access the saltwater pool, sitting area, outdoor kitchen and dining area, and manicured lawns.

Noteworthy facilities

To the left of the foyer is a glossy white kitchen with gold accents. As expected, the design is cozy, modern, and minimalistic, featuring equipment concealed in large cabinets and high chairs around the kitchen island. We particularly love the breakfast nook, complete with denim-like covered chairs. The OM House has a gym, family sitting area, and striking media room equipped with a projector, comfortable couches, and state-of-the-art lighting and features. The open layout design allows one to enjoy the landscape from any room of the mansion, including one of the bathrooms, where a stand-alone tub stands in front of a large, double glass window.

Each of the six bedrooms follows the same luxurious pattern: single, large feature art hanging on white-painted walls, enormous glass windows and doors showcasing lush greenery, full bathrooms, and walk-in closets. The listing describes the home formerly owned by Brooklyn Beckham and Nicola Peltz perfectly, "The amount of detail and thought that has been put into this one-of-a-kind luxury estate is insurmountable, one must visit to truly experience the magnitude of beauty and peace this home has to offer."