The $85M Beverly Hills Mansion that Will Take Your Breath Away

Holly Bissonnette| November 26, 2014

Perched on top of Hillcrest Road is a 12-room Beverly Hills mansion that will literally sweep you off your feet and leave you breathless. Sitting on an acre of land, the single-family house is pegged to have an area of 23,000 square feet and was last sold in August 2012 for $12.65 million.

Now, the 1181 North Hillcrest abode is back in the market for $85 million. With its complete redesign and overhaul done just this year, you will be astounded by how stunning everything looks from the exteriors to the interiors.

The two-storey home has its own pool, hot tub or spa, patio, porch, elevator, barbeque and a superb view of the city. It has a gated entryway, a 16-car underground garage and comes fully furnished.

If you will go inside, you will see that its living room is simply to die for with its skylight, its view right into the horizon and the fact that it opens into the residence’s infinity pool. While its dining room has a masterpiece of a table that could sit eight guests, its fully-functional open kitchen comes with 10 bar stools and a magnificent almost 180-degree view of the downtown Los Angeles area.

Its master bedroom has a floor-to-ceiling window, huge closets, a glass shower and a stand-alone bathtub. The home has seven other bedrooms that are all gorgeously decorated as well as fourteen more bathrooms. There is even a guest bedroom that goes out to an open-air lounge complete with a ping pong table and couches.

Other features of the luxurious home include an indoor movie theater that comes with deluxe seating, a wine cellar, a man-cave of a basement with a bar, foosball and pool table as well as a space to showcase cars.

If you want to take a peek at this grandiose home, then take a visual tour with the images we have placed below:




























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