Having a rich and famous dad like Dr. Phil can buy you a whole lot of things such as a career as a musician complete with a slot opening for the Jonas Brothers, exotic cars, exotic pets, access to private jets, an Elon Musk brand flamethrower, and a $6 million mansion in Beverly Hills. But unfortunately for Dr. Phil’s son Jordan McGraw, it can’t buy you taste. According to CNN, the aforementioned mansion is currently listed for sale at $5.75 million, and its decor could best be described as Nepotism Amok.
According to the listing for 1642 San Ysidro Drive, Beverly Hills (offered via Hilton & Hyland), the 6,170 square foot 5 bedroom/6 bath home features:
Extremely rare long gated driveway leads you into stunningly manicured grounds including an outdoor kitchen, inviting backyard with pool/spa and cabana. The interior has been dramatically remodeled and updated with eclectic finishes that can be kept or transformed into your own vision.
“Eclectic finishes” are the “beautiful gowns” of real estate. CNN’s description is a little more explicit.
The 6,170 square feet home has Tuscan-style exterior but the inside is quite the opposite.
There’s a staircase with a railing made of fake wooden branches and a black and white checkerboard ceiling in the lobby. In the living room, bear figurines of multiple sizes and colors, along with custom art are on display around the fireplace and several spots in the living room, the listing photos show.
From the lobby, you can take a peak into the dining room where an art installation featuring melted guns and rifles covers a large a part of the wall.
Look at Dr. Phil's house. (It's for sale for $5.75 million.) pic.twitter.com/aFhR1VwqPj
— Daniel Miller (@DanielNMiller) January 2, 2020
It’s just the kind of home where a 34-year-old man who introduces himself with the words “I’m Jordan Mcgraw, and I hang the fuck out” would live. Judging by his personal aesthetic, I have a feeling that if Jordan could get dad to pay someone to kidnap Adam Levine and perform a Face/Off surgery so he can live up to his full potential, he would. Here’s what a house party at 1642 San Ysidro Drive looks like.
Because Dr. Phil’s no dummy, the property is “held in the McGraw Family Trust, irrevocably” so it’ll probably be a tax write-off when they eventually have to drop the price to unload this monstrosity. That pool table room alone is enough to prompt any buyer to ask their agent if they could “possibly see something a little less creepy, like, is 10050 Cielo Drive still available?” But hey, the Dr. Phil Family Trust House may be ugly, but at least it has an outdoor pizza oven! (matches not included)
Pic: Hilton & Hyland