Teles Agent Helps ’50 Shades of Gray Author’ Find Brand Spanking New Home

Teles Agent Steve Dubin tends to work in some pretty impressive circles.

We’ve written about his exploits before. He’s repped legendary jazz greats as well as profiled him in this blog for repping 2210 Astral Drive, a museum architect designed property owned by the curator emeritus at the LACMA.

This time around, Dubin worked with E.L James, the ’50 Shades of Gray’ author, and, by all reports, the deal was relatively…painless.

At least, that’s what the Real Deal reports. The mag recently did their own write up on Dubin regarding this sale.

According to a report from Trulia picked up by Real Deal, the “Fifty Shades of Grey” writer, whose real name is Erika Mitchell, has shelled out $7.25 million for her contemporary five-bedroom fantasy pad in West Hollywood.

The 5,616-square-foot bungalow features a media lounge, stone and hardwood floors, a chilled wine cellar, five bathrooms and of course, a wet bar. The property’s bedrooms are all suites and the master suite has its own terraces. The house was built just this year, according to The Openhouse.

Steven Dubin of Teles Properties was the listing agent. By all accounts, all parties played together nicely: no rough stuff for the erotica author, at least this time around.

This story was also picked up by luxury real estate mag Mansion Global, Biz Journals, as well as the New York Post, which cheekily points out “the property doesn’t appear to have a Christian Grey-style “play room” for kinky activity.”

Kudos again to Steve Dubin!

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