A contemporary mansion in Beverly Hills, CA, accompanied by a little Hollywood history is on the market for $125 million. Known as the Foothill Estate, the mansion’s nine-digit price tag makes it this week’s most expensive new listing on realtor.com®.
Sports executive Casey Wasserman has decided to sell the property, which once belonged to his grandfather, the late entertainment mogul Lew Wasserman. The younger Wasserman also purchased the adjacent property once owned by Frank Sinatra, according to the Wall Street Journal.
After his grandparents passed away, Wasserman razed their home and began his own project on the combined 3-acre parcel.
The result is a contemporary mansion completed in 2016 and designed by Richard Meier & Partners Architects, known for the Getty Center in Los Angeles.
Great room with a glass wall that opens fully
Pool and deck
The massive compound measures 18,543 square feet and offers six beds, 14 bathrooms, and two half-baths. The open layout features walls of glass, stone, and white oak. Two staircases and an elevator connect the home’s three levels.
The great room features a high ceiling, walls to hang an art collection, and automated steel and glass doors that expand the space out to the lawn.
The lower level includes staff quarters, a home theater, and a gym, while the upper level houses the five bedrooms and a master suite, which comes with a luxe bath and a private deck.
Amid landscaped grounds, the outdoor area sports an entertainment deck with an 85-foot infinity pool, pool house, and dining area.
Listing agent Stephen Shapiro of Westside Estate Agency calls the hilltop estate a “one-of-a-kind gem on a huge, all-usable, 3.25-acre lot in prime Beverly Hills north of Sunset Boulevard, built without compromise.”
Though listed for $125 million, the Foothills Estate is not the highest-priced home in Southern California. There are six other listings on realtor.com pricier than this property, all located in Beverly Hills.
If the Foothill Estate sells for its asking price, it would still be the most expensive sale in Los Angeles.
Source: Housing Trends Feed