Netflix’s “Selling the OC” star Geo Helou has listed his longtime family home in Newport Beach, Calif., for $15.8 million, The Post has learned.
“I have sold many remarkable waterfront properties in my career. This special listing is not only the best of Newport Beach real estate, but also uniquely meaningful to me,” Helo, 35, told The Post.
“The house was built by my father and it holds some of my favorite family memories, so it’s a privilege for me to oversee its transformation to a lucky new owner.”
Composed of four bedrooms and five bathrooms, the property has belonged to Helo’s parents, Lisa and Carol Helo, for more than a decade.
Carol, a residential developer, built the home from scratch for her family in 2013 after tearing down the original structure.
Viewers got an inside look at Helo’s relationship with her mother and fellow realtor from the Oppenheim Group during the hit Netflix series.
Occupying over 3,800 square feet, the bayfront home was featured in several episodes of Season 1, with plans to reappear on Season 2.
The waterfront property features a foyer with a sweeping staircase and an open floor plan with a chef’s kitchen and great room with bay views.
The kitchen features coastal white cabinetry, sanded countertops, top-of-the-line appliances, and a walk-in pantry surrounding a sea-green island. The great room features coffered ceilings and a fireplace.
The listing notes, ‘Enjoy watching the colorful sailboats and stunning yachts cruising by.
The listing states that there is also a bar and an underground wine cellar.
Outdoor amenities include a built-in BBQ, a fire pit, and a private dock that can accommodate a Duffy boat or other vessel approximately 35 feet wide.
Completing the first floor is a bedroom with an en suite bathroom that could also serve as a den or office.
An elevator can also take you up to the second level, which features a balcony, a laundry room, and a living space with two additional bedrooms and baths.
The primary suite includes an expansive walk-in closet, a fireplace, and a bay-front balcony with a fireplace. The en-suite bath has separate double vanities, a makeup area, a large shower, and two private water closets.
There’s also a rooftop deck that features a spa and lounge seating.
Helo co-listed the home with the Oppenheim Group with her mother, Lisa.
Season 2 of the Netflix show, a spin-off of “Sailing Sunset,” is expected to release later this year.