Robert Herjavec, Shark Tank judge and founder of the Internet security software BRAK Systems, has decided to return again to Hidden Hills. The investor, age 60, just purchased a $26 million estate on over seven acres. The sales price is a new record for Hidden Hills, but not Herjavec’s first purchase here. In 2018 he and wife Kym Johnson (a former Dancing With the Stars professional) paid $14.6 million for a smaller estate. This one tops that on every level. This is the largest Hidden Hills property in the gated community. Completed in 2019, the newly finished mansion was first sold for $22.2 million to Texas energy trader Michal Maggi, founder of Goldfinch Capital.
The house is almost 15,000 square feet with six bedrooms, eight bathrooms, a glass-walled gym, sauna, state-of-the-art kitchen and upstairs master suite with deck and dual bathrooms.
The grounds feature a batting cage, golf greens, an infinity pool and built-in barbecue, as well as a full-size tennis court, sand volleyball court, pool-sized koi pond, hiking trails and two garages for 11 cars – perfect for the auto-loving Herjavec.
Marc and Hanna Shevin of Berkshire Hathaway held the listing; Tomer Fridman of Compass represented Herjavec.