A newly listed $35 million resort-style estate tucked behind the Beverly Hills Hotel is the latest realization of L.A.’s fascination with new construction. The sleek ultra-modern abode—artfully designed and gloriously unlived in—is just the sort of untouched, blank canvas luxury homebuyers have been clamoring to own as of late. After all, it’s their chance to make their mark on the city. And what a mark it will be…
In the last year, new residential construction has boomed in Beverly Hills. Stunningly executed architectural masterpieces, outfitted with elevators, wine rooms, smart technology and just about every modern amenity a discriminating homebuyer could want, have continued to redefine the meaning of “turn-key” from Sunset Boulevard to Rodeo Drive. These homes offer the complete luxury package, and more often than not, come fully furnished right down to the art gracing the walls and furnishings within the interiors. Certainly, developers have enthusiastically embraced the new construction trend, seeing it as a response to growing luxury consumer demand. These buyers want one-of-a-kind and they want “new”—a blank canvas for leading their own interpretation of the Beverly Hills lifestyle.
Listed by Ginger Glass of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage in Beverly Hills, the estate spans approximately 16,646 square feet (under roof) and offers a total of nine bedrooms, 13 baths, two offices, two guest houses, as well as covered upper and lower living room loggias. The entire exterior, cladded with Italian porcelain slabs, beckons one inside where you’ll quickly notice: no expense was spared. The interior walls, all treated and defined with special finishes, represent the highest level of elegance and provide the perfect showpieces for works of art. An Italian elevator moves the homeowner and guests up and down with ease. A luxurious master suite comes with three fireplaces and a cabana-style covered outdoor living area, fulfilling a quest for the ease and comfort of Southern California living.
Entertaining, too, was considered at every turn, from the kitchen to the family room, den and living room with its exquisite bar, all opening to covered heated outdoor living and dining rooms. The entertainment level also hosts an exceptionally large and plush movie theater opening to an expansive pool room/lounge with full bar and wine room. Glass says the home was designed both for a family requiring the finest in luxury living and for a hotel connoisseur—i.e. a well-traveled person who wants and expects five-star niceties.
“The details and finishes found throughout the home make it a true standout, not to mention its iconic location behind the Beverly Hills Hotel,” said Glass. “It’s a sexy home, built for modern entertaining.”
The outdoors are an equally spectacular setting for entertaining. Parties will have an unforgettable ambiance, thanks to a fully tiled saltwater pool with its sheer descent waterfall, color changing lights and underwater music. There is also an outdoor kitchen and a second outdoor dining area under a lighted steel pergola as well as a fire pit area with built-in seating for 20 guests. There is also a sports court and parking for 30 cars, including a spacious 8-car garage.
This resort-worthy nine-bedroom Beverly Hills estate is currently listed for $35 million by Ginger Glass. For additional information, call (310) 927-9307. More details can be found here.