It’s a taste of French glamor in the heart of Beverly Hills, California; the Crescent Palace, also known as Le Palais, has hit the market for $58,000,000. The ultra-luxe 48,000 sq ft mansion, which features 7-beds and 11-baths, sits atop a 1.09 acre property.
Located near the historic Beverly Hills Hotel, this new estate (built just last year) incorporates the most luxurious new amenities into a classical design. The three-story interior features antique and hand-finished woods throughout, with unique touches like hand-cut Lalique-style glass doors, crystal chandeliers and marble floors. The home boasts an elegant winding staircase in the 90-foot entrance gallery, a formal dining room, home theatre, glass-paned terraces, ornate fireplaces, a library (with crocodile-pattern embossed leather paneling), a lounge room with bar, a 5000-bottle wine cellar, and a massive kitchen (with a walk-in glass refrigerator and pantry – recently featured in Architectural Digest). The airy master suite features a sitting room with fireplace, with his-and-hers bathrooms (hers with fireplace, his with secret staircase to rooftop garden deck), as well as individual walk-in closets. The full-size indoor pool features in a Turkish hammam setting, with a steam, sauna and massage room. There is also a personal gym adjacent.
Outdoors, there is a 3,800 square foot rooftop garden with views of Beverly Hills, Century City and the downtown skyline. The property grounds are beautifully manicured, with rose gardens, a swan pond, olive trees, rose gardens, fountains, garden sculptures, and a pool pavilion. The 60-foot infinity outdoor pool is complemented by a spa, cabanas, an alfresco dining area, seating area with fireplace, barbecue, and outdoor kitchen.
Joyce Rey at Coldwell Banker Previews International has the listing.