California ‘Hype House,’ mansion of Netflix series on TikTok creators, asks $5.5 million

A 20-acre Camarillo estate, featured in the Netflix docuseries “Hype...

A 20-acre Camarillo estate, featured in the Netflix docuseries “Hype House,” is now for sale at $5.495 million. (Photo by Nick Frandijan at Open House Foto)

The living room. (Photo by Nick Frandijan at Open House Foto)

The dining room. (Photo by Nick Frandijan at Open House Foto)

The upgraded kitchen boasts top-of-the-line Thermador appliances, an oversized center island and a breakfast nook. (Photo by Nick Frandijan at Open House Foto)

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Up for grabs at $5.495 million is a Camarillo mansion that served as the backdrop of the Netflix docuseries “Hype House.”

The unscripted series, which streamed eight episodes in January 2022, followed the TikTok content-creator collective of Gen-Zers by the same name. They lived and created videos together at this 11,291-square-foot, Mediterranean-style house.

Built on 20 acres in the gated equestrian estate community of Lexington Hills in 1998, it has eight bedrooms, 10 bathrooms and multiple entertaining spaces. There’s a home theater and game room inside, and a pool with a waterslide, waterfall, swim-up bar, and two spas outside.

“Sweeping lawns and panoramic 360-degree views of the city, mountains and ocean create a one-of-a-kind picturesque setting,” the listing reads.

Records show Hype House founding member and manager Thomas Petrou purchased the property in December 2020 for $5 million.

The house sits behind a private driveway gate at the end of a long, tree-lined drive with a roundabout anchored by a large fountain.

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Double doors open into the foyer with a chandelier hanging from the high ceiling and a curved staircase with an ornate wrought-iron banister. Abundant windows fill the interior with natural light.

A floor-to-ceiling fireplace warms the living room, which leads to the formal dining room.

The eat-in gourmet kitchen, which has been updated, boasts top-of-the-line Thermador appliances, a large center island with seating and a breakfast nook.

French doors connect the main living areas with the central courtyard.

Up the staircase, the primary suite offers a sitting area, a walk-in closet and a large bathroom with a spa-like shower and a separate soaking tub. All of the bathrooms feature new custom finishes.

The Tuscan-like grounds boast lush foliage, ample lounge areas and a flat acre for …read more

Source:: The Mercury News – Entertainment


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