The former luxury real estate of Lew Wasserman, one of the most legendary American talent agents has finally hit the market for the sum of $125 million. The House is owned by Wasserman’s grandson who is a sports and media mogul. The renowned Pritzker Prize-winning architect, Richard Meier was commissioned to build the contemporary residence. Now, the Most Expensive Homes blog steps inside this outstanding mansion.
The house joins the growing pool of Los Angeles-area mega-homes asking north of $100 million, and would set a record for the metro area if it sold for its asking price. The current record-holder is a Malibu house that Hard Rock Cafe co-founder Peter Morton sold for $110 million in April.
The estate now spans 3.25 acres with an 85-foot pool, pool house and expansive, tree-shaded lawns.
Clad in wood and stone, the three-story main mansion spans more than 18,500 square feet with six bedrooms and an elevator.
The architect designed living areas with walls of glass to capture the jetliner views over Los Angeles and built spacious gallery-like interiors. The great room has automated steel doors that open out onto the lawn, and there are luxurious amenity spaces such as a 1,150-square-foot gym and private theater.
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Source: Mansion Global