Sofía Vergara

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Sofía Vergara doesn’t hold back when describing the initial state of her expansive Beverly Park residence upon acquiring it. “There were arches upon arches, all adorned with columns. It felt like a castle from Transylvania,” recalls the vibrant actor-producer, currently embodying the role of Colombian cocaine queenpin Griselda Blanco in the Netflix series “Griselda.” Despite the grandeur, Vergara envisioned a warm and inviting atmosphere, a place where people could unwind. However, the existing 1990s architecture didn’t align with her desire for a home brimming with history and character.

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After extensive work by architect Timothy Corrigan and interior designer Ohara Davies-Gaetano, Vergara’s transformation vision started to take shape. Together, they curated a collection of continental antiques from various European countries, infusing each room with a sense of timeless elegance. From the airy living room anchored by an 18th-century French fireplace to the dining room adorned with hand-embossed plaster, every detail was carefully chosen to create a layered and welcoming ambiance.

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While Vergara prefers a monochromatic palette, Davies-Gaetano skillfully introduced subtle hues through upholstery, artwork, and accents, adding depth without overwhelming the serene atmosphere. The burst of color came from the rejuvenated landscape, expertly crafted by landscape designer Stephen Block, who incorporated tropical elements as a nod to Vergara’s heritage.

Sofia vergara posing in her home
Hair by Kelly Kline; makeup by Sabrina Bedrani using Dior for the Wall Group. Art: Fernando Botero/Gary Nader, Miami.
living room

The living room is outfitted with an antique Italian chandelier, a Tabriz rug from Mehraban, a resin planter from Inner Gardens, and custom seating in Pierre Frey linen.

Despite her aversion to cooking, Vergara delights in entertaining guests in her newly transformed home. Whether it’s decorating for parties or simply enjoying the company of loved ones, her residence has become a sanctuary where cherished memories are made. Reflecting on her journey, Vergara remarks, “There’s just something about this place that makes guests want to stay. It’s special. I still wake up every day thinking, I can’t believe this is my life.”

dining room

The dining room is crowned with a wall covering that is hand-embossed in plaster by MJ Atelier. Dining chairs by Dennis & Leen, de Le Cuona curtain fabric through Thomas Lavin, and a 19th-century French buffet.


The primary bedroom is furnished with a Louis XVI regency-style fireplace from the Waldorf-Astoria in New York City and an antique Swedish armoire, mirror, and commode.