A landmark Spanish Colonial Revival estate in the famed Beverly Hills neighborhood has hit the market for $38,000,000. The 14,000 sq ft property, which was once owned by Hassan al-Bolkiah Mu'izzaddin Waddaulah, the Sultan of Brunei, was built in 1927. The eight-bedroom, eleven-bath property has since undergone a restoration by architect duo Tim Morrison & Tom Proctor.
Located on a 1 3/4 acre property north of Sunset Blvd near the famed Beverly Hills Hotel, this estate features views of the canyon and city below. The historic architectural integrity was preserved through the renovation, with wrought iron details, leaded glass, Malibu tiles and hand-hewn beamed ceilings. The property features a living room with soaring ceiling, family room, library, and formal dining room. The manicured grounds feature a pool, spa, covered lanai with fireplace, cabana, and a rose garden with vegetables & citrus trees.
Century 21 have the listing.