Robert L. Earl Designs $25 Million Beverly Hills Estate

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Famed architect, Robert L. Earl designs and plans custom estates throughout the United States, Mexico, Japan, and Saudi Arabia.  His numerous accolades include the prestigious Gold Nugget Award for 15 consecutive years, the Orange County and Beverly Hills Design Home of the Year Award and multiple Major Achievement in Merchandising Excellence (MAME) Awards from the Building Industry Association.

His neoclassical and Mediterranean styles are what attract celebrity clients such as Madonna, Nancy Sinatra, Sylvester Stallone, Barron Hilton, Vin Scully, and Warren Beatty.  Earl is also working on Donald Trump’s Rancho Palos Verde, a golf course development with 36 homes.

Earl’s most recent project to appear back on the market is a beautiful Spanish-style mansion in Beverly Hills that was completed in 2000.  The $25 million property features a main house, guesthouse, pool, waterfall, and tennis court.  The 15,404-square-foot main house features a wine cellar, media room, three fireplaces, office, sauna, and bar, as well as some more unique amenities like a dance studio and locker room.

The estate has a total of 11 bedrooms, nine in the main house and two in the guesthouse, and 13 bathrooms, two in the guesthouse and 11 in the main home.

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