See Inside The $55 Million Beverly Hills Dinosaur Home (With A Legit Dinosaur In It)

06 November 2019
Culture, Home, Lifestyle, Luxury home
Images: The Agency
Ft. a $2m Allosaurus skeleton on entry

There’s one thing to have a few expensive art pieces that have ‘Do Not Touch’ invisible scrawled across them for any visiting children or clumsy adults, but the designers of this USD 38m Beverly Hills home might need a whole lot more to protect the $2 million Allosaurus skeleton - that’s about 100-million-years old - sitting in the mansion’s entry.

Designed with this as the centrepiece, the ‘Dinosaur Home’ boasts 1,114-square-metres of immaculate living space and features five bedrooms, a 600-bottle wine wall, a 12-seat home cinema, gym, and sauna with a Calacatta porcelain-clad steam room.

"Interior designer Lorenzo Cascino, brand ambassador for Italian design firm Visionnaire, collaborated with L.A.-based Ameen Ayoub Design Studio to create a space that is at once incredibly glamorous, modern and inviting," the online listing reads.

The residence is wrapped in 930 square meres of terrace which opens up to a 7.5m infinity pool, fire pit, and a double-side black marble fireplace, all with views over Los Angeles and to the Pacific Ocean in the distance.

If that wasn’t enough the home also offers a a garage showroom for four vehicles as well as a four-car motor court.

See inside below.

The $2 million Allosaurus skeleton

The dining space

The living room, opening up to the infinity pool

The kitchen

The 7m infinity pool with views of LA

The bright bathroom opening to the patio

The wardrobe

A bedroom

A hallway surrounded by floor-to-ceiling windows

The cinema

A games room

The gym

The home's exterior

The beautiful chandeliers running down the staircase

The garage showroom fits four vehicles alongside a four-car motor court

The master bedroom

The exterior view from the back of the house

A lounge and fireplace area

Images: The Agency

Via GQ Australia