The first is the most expensive home in the United States, worth $350 million. The Chartwell Estate in Beverly Hills, California is owned by Jerry Perenchi, the late President of Univision. Built in 1933, this French neoclassical home covers an area of 25,000 square feet and is set in 10 acres of manicured lawns and gardens. The TV station chief bought the house in 1986 and bought the surrounding properties over the years, all of which have become real estate. The home itself includes a ballroom, a formal salon, a temperature-controlled “cellar” and a covered car park for 40 cars. There are also tennis courts and hotels here. In addition, it not only provides the Pacific Ocean, but also the view of downtown Los Angeles.
For the fans of the old TV show “The Beverly Hillbillies”, this approach seems familiar, as the facade facade was photographed as a residence in the Clampett collection. This home also has a 75-foot pool.
Before listing at Chartwell Estate, this 38,000 square foot home in Bel Air, California is the most expensive property on the market. The $250 million house is full of luxury and amenities. Developed by handbag giant Bruce Makowsky, the home has more than 17,000 square feet of entertainment platform and an outdoor pop-up theater.
There are two master suites, 10 king VIP suites, 21 luxury bathrooms, three gourmet kitchens, five bars, two well-stocked champagne/wine bars, a spa and fitness center. If that’s not enough, the home’s amazing facilities include an 85-foot glass-tiled infinity pool, 40-seat James Bond-themed 4K Dolby Atmos, 7,000 pre-loaded movies, four-lane bowling alley, and car gallery. More than $30 million worth of cars and more than 100 curated art installations.
It goes without saying that the house has a family technology system in the world. It also has an unobstructed 270 degree ocean, mountain and Los Angeles skyline view.
The Manor is worth $200 million in the market near Homewood in the west of Los Angeles. This French castle-style manor was once owned by superstar TV producer Aaron Spelling and his wife Candy, now owned by Petra Stunt, daughter of Formula One billionaire Bernie Ecclestone. Six years ago, Stunt bought the estate for $85 million in full-price cash and updated more designs. Real estate prices have risen, so the current price is steep.
This may not be the most expensive property in the area, but it is indeed – even bigger than the White House. The building was built in 1988 and was designed by James Langenheim & Associates. The former owner called it “Candyland” and the manor covers an area of 56,500 square feet. The 123 rooms are expected to include 14 bedrooms and 27 bathrooms. The owners created a number of specialized rooms in the house, such as a flower house, a humidity-controlled silver storage room, a hairdresser and a number of gift-wrapped rooms. In the basement you can find the bowling alley and its shoe cabinet.
Another property on Mount Holmby is Oakwood Manor, which is now on the market for $180 million. According to real estate company Mercer Vine, the 10 acres of land sold in 2016 was only $90 million, and the realignment was attributed to “fierce market benefits”.
The most important home in history was designed by Robert D. Farquhar, one of California’s early 20th century architects, at SunsetBoulevard and Los Angeles Country Club. Between (Los AngelesCou y Club). This is an Italian villa that combines classic European and modern details. Originally built in 1936, the house is owned by the novelist Arthur Letts Jr. and his ex-wife Florence Quinn, the original owner of the legendary Playboy Mansion.
The property is a park-like environment that actually has three structures: in addition to the location of the house, there is an open space and a third “leisure center” including swimming pool, poolside hotel and sinking tennis court. “.
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