We know that Josh Flagg and Bobby Boyd have been renovating the traditional Beverly Hills property they purchased the remaining summer for almost six months now. Last November, the Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles power agent and his husband deployed a massive production crew to paintings at the four 565 square-foot assets, which became constructed in 1928.
The Boyd Flagg house: the fastest rebuild in the history of man. “This may be the most important crew in the guy’s history. Coming to a theater close to you soon,” he said in an Instagram post. Now, the couple is heavy into the layout phase of the new home, and from the peek that Josh shared on his Instagram Stories, it’ll have extreme slash appeal. That isn’t surprising, thinking about it.
The Los Angeles power broker knows a component or approximately what makes a residence pop from the doors. What’s on tap? A terra-cotta roof accents an all-white facade and a slew of black-paned home windows, including one big 36-panel flanking the entry. The window boxes overflowing with vivid green ivy and The Beverly Hills Hotel-esque striped awnings add softness and texture to the home’s facade.