This incredible estate has just been sold, but we can still dream about it’s wondefull palatial charm.
Fleur de Lys mansion was comissioned in 1996 and designed by architect Richardson Robertson, who modelled it after King Louis XIV’s Palace of Versailles.
With aproximately 50000 square feet, the most expensive home in Los Angeles County sits on five acres of land in Holmby Hills. The sprawling french-style mansion includes 12 bedrooms, 15 bathrooms, a fantastic two-story library, a wine cellar, a 200-yard driveway from the gate to the main house and plenty of room to accommodate and entertain guests. We are talking about a ballroom for 200 people, a 50-seat theatre and a 3/4 quarter mile jogging track, for example.Little things which us, humble mortals,can only dream about!
The interiors are ostentatious and hyper-luxurious. 24-caract gold can be found throughout the house’s architectural details accenting it’s greatness.
The mansion had been on the market since 2007 and was finally sold earlier this month for $102 million. The word is three billionaires were disputing this luxurious mansion fit for a king. However, the “lucky winner’s” identity has not yet been confirmed.
Take a look at this HGTV’s video that will take you on a tour through de house, Enjoy!