While there is a long list of homes in Beverly Hills that have commanded a steep asking price, if this estate – which is currently offered for sale by the Chairman of the Los Angeles Olympics organizing committee – sells for its asking price of $125 million, it could break a new record.
So, what exactly will your $125M get you here?
Originally three separate parcels of land, one of which was owned by Frank Sinatra, today’s aptly named “Foothill Estate” home was built in 2016, and it offers four bedrooms, plus a large master suite on the upper level. The main level of the home has a number of amenities, including a screening room and a gym, along with living quarters for the staff.
There is also a massive great room that offers high ceilings – and, in order to seamlessly link the indoors with the out – there is a large automated steel and glass door that opens out into the lawn.
Once outdoors, just a few of the key items you will find are an 85-foot infinity swimming pool and accompanying pool house, as well as a separate area for dining in the fresh air. The home is situated privately amongst lush green landscaping and a number of mature trees. Private tours and showings can be arranged for interested purchasers.