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Cannabis Mogul Carissa Davino Lists Lavish Sunset Strip Mansion

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  • SELLER: Carissa Davino
  • LOCATION: Sunset Strip, Los Angeles, Calif.
  • PRICE: $11.5 million
  • SIZE: 6,487 square feet, 6 bedrooms, 6.5 bathrooms

Though it’s been barely a year since she bought the property for $9 million in cash, Chicago-based cannabis entrepreneur Carissa Davino is already prepared to explore new green frontiers, having flipped her epic Hollywood Hills mansion back up for sale with an $11.5 million pricetag.

Built in 2018 by a local development group on speculation, the ultra-contemporary structure is awash in glass and marble, with bespoke finishes and exotic materials everywhere. The nearly 6,500 sq. ft. manse offers six bedrooms, 6.5 baths and all the luxe amenities buyers in this price range have come to expect, including snazzy Control4 home automation — allowing the home’s lights, audio and security cameras to be monitored remotely, from the touch of its jet-setting homeowner’s smart phone.

Davino appears to have moved into the property last year, and has since seen fit to customize the place even further to suit her needs. Current listing images show her Lamborghini Urus SUV parked in the driveway, and the home’s interiors have been given a subtle yet noticeable makeover — more like a high-priced massage, really — courtesy of “some of the world’s most highly sought after designers,” per the listing. There’s new paint, new wallpaper, new Venetian plaster, specially-designed closets and new bookshelves in the living area with custom lighting. And there’s also new furniture throughout the entire home, all of them name-brand pieces that together likely cost more than the average new house in San Bernardino County.

To Read The Rest Of This Article By James McClain on Variety Magazine
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