A Beverly Hills megamansion is hoping to drum up new interest with a $32-million price reduction.
Known as Opus, the grand estate was first listed for $100 million, then reduced to $85 million, and now is available for $68 million. The reduction arc is standard news these days for ultra high-end residential properties.
The 20,000-square-foot mansion is a lovely contemporary trophy, though, with a sleek, modern style and soaring ceilings, wide-plank oak flooring, and floor-to-ceiling glass. In fact, the seven-bedroom home takes open-concept to a whole new level with interior walls of glass allowing for views of L.A. from nearly every interior perspective.
A contemporary, neutral color gives the home cohesion, and the palette adds warmth to an interior design that is otherwise flanked with sleek fireplaces, glossy ceiling panels, and retractable glass panels. Luxe amenities include a wine room with space for 7,000 bottles and a separate champagne cellar.
The spacious dining room can accommodate at least 12, and the home’s two kitchens present ample space for catering prep and service. After dinner, there are plenty of opportunities for fun thanks to a billiards room, a movie theater, and two swimming pools outside.
Perhaps a deal is in the near future for this luxurious property; back in 2014, a nearby mansion in the Billionaires’ Row area sold for $70 million.