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Beautifully Amazing Palazzo di Amore

This lavish home can offer up a unique lifestyle on its 25-acre promontory, with the ability to hold about 150 vehicles. It’s in close location to amazing cultural opportunities that are practically unbeatable. It offers an array of amenities including but not limited to:

  • State-of-the-art theater
  • Bowling alley
  • Wine-producing vineyard
  • Wine cellar
  • Formal gardens
  • Spa and pool
  • Tennis courts

A price tag of $149,000,000, the Palazzo di Amore offers the buyers every beauty the Mediterranean has to provide with a Beverly Hills address. It is, by far, one of the best Beverly Hills Luxury Real Estate available on the market.

Infamous Italian-Spanish Style “Beverly House”

The infamous H-shaped home was developed out of terra-cotta stucco, and brings together the architecture of both Italian and Spanish styles. It’s got intricately carved ceilings, French doors, arched ceilings, floor-to-ceiling windows and more, the home overlooks the famous cascading waterfalls and Venetian columns that go beyond the pool house.

Milton Gertz, a banking executive, came up with the Beverly House. In 1946, Marion Davis purchased the property for historical figure and powerful publishing tycoon for the 20th century William Randolph Hearst.

On the main level is a 50-foot entry hall, a living room with 22-foot detailed, high-arched ceilings and a library with hard-carved woodwork.  Another level offers up a gym and massage room with spa facilities. This story includes guest suites, double masters and more.

The price for the Beverly House is $135,000,000.

Breathtaking Neverland Ranch

The Neverland Ranch, now called the Sycamore Valley Ranch” is located north of Los Olivos.  This ranch is a real retreat on nearly 3,000 acres of land. The key residence is a little more than 12,500 square feet with six bedrooms – consisting of a huge first floor master suite with two master baths and private loft.

Robert Altevers designed the home for William Bone in 1982, giving it a French-Normandy style.  It’s currently on sale for $100,000,000.

First-Rate Burnt Point

The Burnt Point lies on a 25-acre peninsula along Georgica Pond, with amazing water views. It’s an 18,000 square foot estate that offers an array of luxurious amenities – waterside pool with spa, dock, tennis court, and guest wing along with the main house. It was developed in 2000 by Francis Fleetwood with the interior architecture being designed by Brian OKeefe and interior design done by Marjorie Shushan. The home made it into the Architectural Digest magazine.  It’s worth $95 million.

Spellbinding La Villa Contenta

One of the most upscale areas in Malibu is the La Villa Contenta, which sits on more than 6.5 acres and has an unobstructed view of the Pacific Ocean. It’s regarded as an amazing residential compound – one of the best in the U.S. In order to ensure privacy, the area is gated and enveloped by landscaped gardens. The main estate includes the primary home, a lavish guest house, ornate ballroom with indoor pool and an area for an office.

It’s being sold for $60,000,000.

 

 

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