If you want to know where the future of luxury estate construction is going, look no further than Beverly Hills. The 90210 ZIP code has produced some of the most progressive modernist architecture this year. This posh palace, set just behind the iconic Beverly Hills Hotel and recently listed for an equally iconic price of $49 million, is yet another example of the explosive new construction happening in the city. Offering seven bedrooms and 11 baths in approximately 20,800 square feet under roof, the architectural estate takes international design to soaring new heights.
Enter through the dramatic foyer, and you’re greeted by 25-foot ceilings leading head-on to a jaw-dropping 70-foot fully tiled saltwater in-ground infinity pool. The pool is the site of “one of the most spectacular water features ever built in Beverly Hills,” listing agent Ginger Glass of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage in Beverly Hills reveals. “The computerized waterfall and light show offers a total ‘wow’ factor. It doesn’t get any more glamorous than that.”
The outdoor setting was clearly designed for entertaining, with a large cabana, covered upper and lower living room loggias. The views alone will surely impress the most cultured of guests.
Inside the main residence, there are four suites upstairs, including the master suite, all with covered balconies. The master wing beckons with approximately 3,200 square feet, three fireplaces, a cabana-style outdoor living area with a masonry fireplace and sumptuous his-and-her bath suites. Her bath wows with a private balcony framing a picture perfect city view and his showcases equal style. Three large guest size service suites on the lower level round out the offerings, while an exquisite movie theater with adjoining conference room add to the lifestyle amenities. Thoughtfully laid out for the entertainer or individual with large extended family, the estate has parking accommodations for 20 cars and a spacious 14,250 square-foot air-conditioned garage.
This modernist estate is offered by Ginger Glass for $49 million. For more information, call (310) 927-9307.