A Beverly Hills estate with a 35,000 square-foot main residence hit the open market this week with an asking price of $110 million. That’s a stout price, but the compound encompasses over 13 acres of some of the most valuable land in the world.
With ten bedrooms and 12 baths, the main house—which dates to 1983—certainly qualifies as palatial. The current owner is a Saudi royal, who must’ve felt quite at home when visiting.
Situated on a hilltop, the property offers uniquely fine views of the city and Catalina Island. The main house features inlaid marble floors, stone columns, and numerous terraces. There are two master bedrooms in the two-story home, a living room, a great room, and formal dining room. Most appealingly, a section of roof toward the front of the home is retractable, opening up the space as an outdoor living area.
The property exterior is stunning, with long swaths of lawn, mature trees, walking paths, a fairly modestly sized pool, and a tennis court. There is a two-story guesthouse on the property, as well as staff quarters. Outdoor living spaces include several patios and entertainment areas.
The Altman Brothers had a go at whisper listing the home last year, asking $145 million for the property. Which may or may not put $110 million into perspective.