Many of the homes in Beverly Hills are known for being some of the most expensive in California, with some also helping to top the list across the United States. These houses are owned by some of the wealthiest, and most famous, people in the country.
There are a few in the area that will make almost everybody’s eyes water, with much of this being in jealousy at the amenities that they offer.
901 North Alpine Drive – $72M
Set across 1.5 acres of flat ground, this offers quite a a grand scale of luxury. The 11 bedroom property features a pool and spa, screening room, Greek-style gym, a game room, and even a library constructed of redwood, mahogany, and oak.
This is also one of the more prominent houses in Beverly Hills to feature Smart technology throughout the building, which further enhances its value and functionality. (Related: How to Rent Out Your Home for Filming)
The mansion is also set inside a gated community, which helps to add to its overall security, as well as the privacy that many people would come to expect from a house of this size.
1187 Hillcrest Rd. – $135M
This 18,000 square foot house sits on two-and-a-half acres and features a variety of beautiful amenities, with $2.5 million worth of Baccarat chandeliers being the tip of the iceberg. Alongside this are gold crown leaf moldings, large pavilions that offer spectacular views of the city, and even hand-woven carpets.
The large swimming pool also offers some spectacular views while allowing you to relax and cool off in privacy. With a price tag of $135 million, this is definitely one of the more expensive options on offer.
9505 Lania Ln. (Palazzo di Amore) – $149M
This 35,000 square foot mansion is set across over 25 acres and is one of the larger homes located in Beverly Hills. With several buildings on offer, there are also 12 bedrooms and 25 baths. One of the more alluring prospects is that the master suite is 5,000 square feet, which is more than what many other homes will offer.
Alongside this are a 15,000 square foot entertainment center, a working vineyard that creates seven types of wine, and a guest house. There are also a few hand-carved fireplace mantels scattered throughout the home, with one of these being in the master suite. With all of that on offer, it’s no wonder it’s one of the most expensive homes in the area. (Related: Hunting for Vintage Homes in Southern California)
67 Beverly Park Ct. – $165M