This $65 Million Beverly Hills Mansion Comes With Its Own Car Gallery

15 September 2019
Home, Design, Beverly Hills, Mansion, Architecture
Images: Courtesy of Compass
Oh yeah, and a Crocodile leather-lined elevator. We're not joking

You know those houses that are so all-encompassingly luxurious you feel like you'd never really have to leave it once you got inside? This is one of them.

Say hello to perhaps one of the most awe-inspiring pieces of real estate we've seen this year — a $65 million AUD, Roman James-designed palace in the heart of LA's boujee-est neighbourhood, Beverly Hills.

Quite literally everything about the mansion has been designed from the ground up, and the list of features and details that you get for the gargantuan cheque you hand over is almost too long to write out here, but damn it. We're going to try.

The main entertaining area in the five-bed, 10-bathroom property is the mansion's key feature, connected in an open plan with a vast pool area. The living room has an Hermes chandalier and is connected to a Fendi-designed Kitchen for good measure.

This leads outside where you'll find a huge swimming pool with a swim-up bar and a separate spa area with a jacuzzi plunge pool, before you arrive at the wellness arm of the property. Here you'll find an Alaskan Cedar finish wellness room with an in-built sauna and a fully kitted-out home gym.

For the lazier days, you can spend time in the mansion's built-in home cinema or fully-stocked wet bar. Oh, and that's not to mention that the front of the house opens up to a massive central courtyard, featuring a quartzite-lined driveway.

The five bedrooms lay on the upper level of the property, accessible by (and we're not making this up) a crocodile leather-lined elevator. Here you'll get ample rest thanks to Darwin — a world-first home wellness system that purifies the air and water running through the property while also adjusting the lighting to help calibrate your sleep cycles.

For the petrolheads, the main feature however is the Bat Cave-style gallery that sits beneath the house. Part garage and part gallery, it also boasts turntables for each car and a lighting installation that allows you to project 50 foot animations on the wall.

Right now it's serving as the host of four luxurious cars that are actually available for purchase with the house, including a 2019 Aston Martin Vantage, a 2016 Ultraviolet Porsche GT3 RS, a 2015 McLaren 650S and a 1988 Ferrari Testarossa. Because what's an extra couple of hundred thousand when you're paying in the mid-to-late eight-figures, right?

You can take a more extensive look around the property below, as well as at real estate company Compass's website.


Via GQ Australia