Inside a Los Angeles mansion that just hit the market for $85M

Check out the photos after the jump

TRD New York /
Sep.September 20, 2014 09:00 AM

A 23,000-square-foot mansion in Beverly Hills with views of Malibu Beach and downtown Los Angeles has been listed for a staggering $85 million.

The real estate listing warns: “be prepared for an overwhelming sensory experience unlike any you’ve felt before.” It’s not exaggerating.

The two-level home, which was completed by the firm’s creative team this month, has eight bedrooms, 15 bathrooms, an underground garage, wine cellar, and even a movie theater.

Located in the elite neighborhood of Trousdale Estates, the home looks like a showroom with two fully stocked bars, a gym, game room, and infinity edge pool.

The property last sold in August of 2012 for $12.65 million, according to Zillow. The over-the-top house is listed by Ben Bacal Realty as well as Branden Williams and Rayni Romito Williams of Williams & Williams.

Welcome to 1181 North Hillcrest. The home was listed this month for $85 million.


It’s located in the elite Beverly Hills neighborhood of Trousdale Estates.


The home received a complete overhaul after being purchased back in 2012. The new design is stunning.


The living room has a skylight and looks out over the horizon.


An open office is off to the side, as well as a motorcycle on display.


The dining room can easily fit eight guests. The home was designed for entertaining.


The living area opens up onto the home’s infinity pool.


The master bathroom has a stand alone bathtub and a glass shower.


The basement is the ultimate man cave.


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