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Shark Tank’s Robert Herjavec Selling Hidden Hills Home For $17.25 Million

Robert Herjavec bought a then-brand-new “modern farmhouse” style home in the celebrity favorite ‘hood of Hidden Hills, California just a year-and-a-half ago for $14.6 million. He most recently listed the massive 14,400 square foot estate for $17.25 million.

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Robert Herjavec is moving once more. He bought a then-brand-new “modern farmhouse” style home in the celebrity favorite ‘hood of Hidden Hills, California just a year and a half ago for $14.6 million. He most recently listed the massive 14,400 square foot estate for $17.25 million. There are two half baths, seven full bathrooms, and seven bedrooms in the house. The residence is situated on 1.75 gorgeously landscaped acres.

For the charcoal-gray mansion, the front porch is barn-shaped and covered with salvaged wood. The living area includes a large fireplace that is surrounded by white marble with light veining and a vaulted ceiling that is also covered in wood. The spacious dining room has a glass accent wall with three full-sized wine refrigerators. With its light wood cabinets and waterfall-edged marble counters, the kitchen is a chef’s paradise. The kitchen’s wood-sheathed ceiling extends into the adjacent family area. The family area includes a huge fireplace and a glass wall that opens to the backyard.

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The cost of living in Hidden Hills is comparable to that of Beverly Hills. Drake, Jessica Simpson, The Weeknd, French Montana, Lee Ann Rimes and Eddie Cibrian, Dwayne Wade and Gabrielle Union, Kaley Cuoco, Jeffree Star, and, of course, the majority of the Kardashian-Jenner-West clan reside there. It is a gated neighborhood. Miley Cyrus, Angelina Jolie, Denise Richards, and Tupac Shakur have all lived in this prestigious neighborhood in the past.

At least two additional homes are owned by Herjavec and his wife Kym in the country. When he competed on “Dancing With The Stars” in 2015, they first came into contact when he was matched with her, an Australian ballroom dancer. That season, they came in sixth place. Herjavec and Kym bought an $8 million newly renovated bay-front home with its own private doc on Balboa Island about 2 ½ years ago. In July 2017, Herjavec picked up Olympic snowboarder Shaun White’s 4,500-square-foot home in the Hollywood Hills for $6.7 million. In 2019, he listed the modern residence for $7 million. Prior to taking it off the market and renting it for $35,000 a month, he reduced the price to $6.5 million. Herjavec also has a $7 million Toronto house.

Herjavec first became wealthy through internet security. He applied for a variety of occupations to make ends meet after earning a degree in political science and English literature from college. One of these positions was selling computer hardware for a business called Logiquest. He talked his way into an unpaid internship for six months and within several years, he climbed the ranks of the company to become its general manager. In 1990, he quit Logiquest to found BRAK Systems, a company that sells internet security software. For $30 million, AT&T Canada acquired BRAK Systems in 2000. He established The Herjavec Group in 2003, which went on to become his most lucrative venture to date. The business is the largest supplier of IT security services in Canada. The Herjavec Group generated $200 million in revenue annually by 2017. Additionally, he frequently appears on “Shark Tank” and “Dragon’s Den.”