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Brent Hocking, founder of the DeLeón tequila and Virginia Black whiskey brands, has his home in Malibu up for sale at $19.95 million.
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The founder of top-shelf liquor brand DeLeon Tequila, which Sean “Puff Daddy” Combs bought in 2013, is asking for $19.95 million for his newly-listed Malibu home, according to press materials.
Sitting on 1.7 acres of grounds in guard-gated Serra Retreat, the property centers on a contemporary-style home designed by architect Doug Burdge.
Polished soft concrete and chocolate oak floors give the roughly 7,300 square feet of living space a subdued vibe. Open-plan living areas include a great room, an office/den and a media room.
Cape Cod-inspired compound that now lists for sale at $57.5 million.
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Brent Hocking, owner of Virginia Black Whiskey and DeLeon Tequila brands asked Douglas Burdge of Burdge & Associate Architect and Colleen Torres, interior designer, to renovate his Malibu home. The plan was to simplify the exterior, open the space inside and connect it with the outdoors. Below, are the dark and manly results.
Architect Doug Burdge of Malibu-based Burdge & Associates modeled this luxury residence after homes in Cape Cod.
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