Superstar Cher was the first to fall in love with this magical spot, building an estate on four acres here in the 1970s and later selling it to comedian Eddie Murphy. Settled at 2727 Benedict Canyon Drive, Beverly Hills, this stunning luxury real estate will set you back somewhere around $85 MILLION. And The Most Expensive Homes invites to take a tour on this fabulous equestrian mansion. CHECK IT OUT!
In the late ‘90s, visionary new owners bought the property, and their grand plans began to take shape. They acquired all four surrounding land parcels, then began enhancing the whole, creating the ultimate equestrian environment with a group of magnificent stables.
The main house covers about 20,000 square feet of marvelous living areas and it’s complemented by a tennis court with a small seating area, splendidly manicured grounds, and many other remarkable amenities.
In case you have some guests over, be aware that there’s a stunning 7,000-square-foot Moroccan guest house is set to cater to those guests who always refuse to return home.
Moroccan tiles, hand-carved wooden doors, and coffered ceilings should suffice and make anyone feel comfortable like home.
Isolated in the canyon just moments away from the Beverly Hills Hotel, this astonishing luxury real estate shows off a magical blend between rustic concepts and modern-day, refined touches.
The music diva Cher once used to live here should convince you to go all out and just buy it. With some luck, you might also get some memorabilia or signed photos as a bonus.
This treasure is part rustic, part refined and wholly without equal. The stable building is fronted by a picturesque view loggia with rustic beamed ceiling and lanterns. Its stable house holds a living room, two bedrooms, two baths, a fireplace and a safe room.
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