Steelers minority owner selling California compound for $85 million
One of the largest and most incredible home compounds in the country has been listed for sale by billionaire Thomas Tull, who is a minority owner of the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Tull just listed his 33-plus acre Westlake Village, Calif. compound for sale because he is moving his home and operations to Pittsburgh, the Post-Gazette recently reported. The asking price for the compound is $85 million.
According to the Redfin listing, the compound has 12 bedrooms, 25.5 bathrooms and stretches over 50,000 square feet. It features a gym, movie theater, wine tasting room, cellar, museum collectibles room, and pool house with spa amenities.
Steelers Minority owner Thomas Tull is selling his Westlake Village, Calif. mansion & property on more than 33 acres for $85 million. The main house is over 32,000 square feet, comes with a 11,000 square foot guest house. Listed by broker to the stars & athletes, @JordanCohen21. pic.twitter.com/cgTRZoPrB4
— Darren Rovell (@darrenrovell) January 17, 2018
The compound contains an organic farm, solar panel for energy, privatized wells, and more.
The LA Times says the estate was created by Tull purchasing four different lots and building the entire compound on it. The pool house is over 2,600 square feet and larger than most peoples’ homes. The same goes for the over 5,000 square foot grand master suite.
Tull made much of his money investing in Hollywood films. His Legendary Entertainment company, of which he is no longer a part, was purchased in 2016 by a Chinese billionaire for $3.5 billion.