A world-class estate in Bel Air has hit the market for $63 million. According to listing agent Tania Ferris of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage in Beverly Hills, the 15,000 square-foot manse is “prominently sited on two acres in lower Bel Air’s best location and offers one of the most remarkable settings in Los Angeles overlooking Bel Air Country Club’s fairways.”
Set behind a gated entrance, the stately white brick manor is the epitome of glamour and timeless style. Built in 2001 with the finest quality construction, many of the rooms boast a substantial scale meant to accommodate grand living and entertaining. Bright, inviting and beautifully appointed spaces are touched with classic details, such as limestone and walnut hardwood floors and eight fireplaces.
The thoughtfully designed and executed floorplan encompasses a living room, library and card room, a formal dining room, family room, gym and in-home theater.
There are a total of eight bedrooms and 13 bathrooms — including a 2,000 square-foot two-bedroom, two-and-a-half bath guest house.
The master suite boasts over 3,200 square feet, two offices, a sitting room and two exceptional baths with fabulous closets.
Beyond the interiors, the property impresses with spectacular grounds with rose gardens, a 70-foot pool, spa, maid’s room and detached staff apartment, a large motorcourt and onsite 50-car parking. “It’s truly a rare offering,” concludes Ferris.