The French baroque Beverly Hills chateau is a 14,000 square feet (1.300 sqm) property nestled on a 0,69 acre lot, which features a façade inspired by the famous Quattro Fountains in Rome highlighted by a Japanese sculpture in the center and a cobblestone circular driveway with two Titans on both sides.
The Louis XV style front doors are inviting guests to a formal rotunda entrance embellished by seven original allegorical paintings on canvas created by M. Borisov, and 20 smaller nature-mortes, a chandelier and a solid bronze dual staircase created by Raymond LaRose , which blends elements of art deco and art nouveau.
All the marble that was used in the house was imported from quarries in Verona and Carrere, Italy.
The mansion includes eight bedrooms and twelve bathrooms arranged on three distinct floors. The family room includes a wet bar and mahogany pocket doors.
The library is indeed a precious room in the house due to the fact that is done in mahogany and cherry woods and features a hand carved fireplace and etched glass windows and marble inserts in the floor.
The gourmet kitchen and the breakfast area were designed by the famous master Martin Pierre and feature an etched glass ceiling, state of the art appliances, two islands, two sub zero’s, two dishwashers and Butler’s pantry.
The master suite is indeed a masterpiece that includes a sitting room, a fireplace, a dual bath with dry sauna, spacious walk-in closets and a balcony.
The mansion also features four additional family en suites, two staff quarters, a media room with projection screen, a tennis court, a stone Gussman fireplace, travertine floors, a guest room, a wine room, a gym and an elevator.
This spectacular estate is priced at $18,950,000 ( 14.346.280 Euro)