Beverly Hills Chateau
An estate of incomparable grandeur and palatial elegance, this gated residence sits on over 1.5 flat acres on one of the most coveted streets in Beverly Hills. Magnificent in scale and unstinting in luxury, the property is created for living and entertaining on a grand scale.
The vision of architect Frank Valentino of Park Lane Design Group was realized over the course of a five-year design and construction process, during which every hand-finished detail of craftsmanship was overseen with meticulous attention. Finished by French Architectural Designer Robert Salice creating a welcoming, warm, comfortable, extravagant, unique and richly imagined for sophisticated owners of international vision and unparalleled taste.
From the shelter of the stunning glass awning in front of the home, guests are welcomed through a magnificent entrance hall with soaring ceiling, sleek floor of white oak and mahogany with Brazilian blackwood insets, and dual grand staircases that lead to the palatial ballroom. Decorative panels with lustrous gold leaf line the curved walls leading upward.
Truly an entertainer’s dream-come-true, the home includes a palatial ballroom that can accommodate as many as 200 guests at a sit-down dinner. French windows and a lavish, multi-paned domed skylight fill the space with a luminous glow. There is a walk-in wine cellar and five wet bars, each with ice makers and wine refrigerators. A full gourmet commercial kitchen is outfitted with top-of-the line Miele and Wolf appliances, including two islands and four sinks. A 50-car motor court and 16-car subterranean garage generously accommodate large-scale events.
The property includes 11 bedrooms: six in the upstairs living quarters, two in the maid’s quarters, and three in the gorgeous guesthouse. Additional amenities include a screening room and game room, total spa with indoor pool and spa with waterfall, gym, massage room with dry and steam sauna as well as a commercial elevator providing access to all floors. Inspired by French chateau design, the library is hand-constructed of oak, mahogany and redwood. Brass railings, marble slab floors, and smart technology add to the home’s beauty and extravagance. The detached guard house, which made history as the last guard house allowed in Beverly Hills, includes a kitchen and bathroom.
A one-of-a-kind estate, this property is a distinguished addition to a street long favored by celebrities in one of the world’s most desirable locations. The home is listed for $72,000,000 and includes approximately 28,000 square feet of living space.