Los Angeles knows how to do luxury living well, and to prove it, a new seven-bedroom Beverly Hills mansion just came onto the market and is stacked with everything from exotic cars to an Andy Warhol painting and a Champagne vault. The recently completed residence is located in the Trousdale Estates neighborhood, comes fully furnished and is priced at $100 million. The hefty price tag is more than worth it though considering everything you get with your purchase.
Designed by ex-movie producer turned real estate developer Nile Niami, the 20,500-square-foot home dubbed “Opus,” overlooks the city and the Pacific Ocean from its hilltop location. Trousdale Estates has long been known as one of the most elite communities in the city and is even nicknamed “Billionaire’s Row” by locals. Typically lots are priced between $32 to $50 million each, and next door to Opus is a $70-million spec house purchased by Minecraft founder Markus Persson.
Inside, the residence features a retractable glass wall that opens up to the patio, motorized sliding doors, 12-foot ceilings, a 15-person screening room, Roberto Cavalli flooring, and Longhi doors in suede and embossed leather. On the other side of the living room is a TV that rotates 360-degrees so you can watch it from wherever you are. The master suite comes with large, floor-to-ceiling windows, dual closets and baths and unobstructed views. The mansion also comes with a full-time manager whose salary is factored into the price for the first two years.
One of its coolest amenities, though, is its car museum which can hold up to 10 vehicles. Thrown into your purchase is also a gold Lamborghini Aventador roadster and a gold Rolls-Royce Dawn, to get your car collection started. For art lovers, the residence features contemporary art pieces such as two large Damien Hirst originals (valued at over $2 million) and an Andy Warhol portrait of Muhammad Ali.
When it comes to relaxing, owners can lounge outdoors by the infinity pool or head indoors to the heated pool when the weather begins to drop. Plus, Niami created a wellness center within the house which boasts a massage room, steam room and beauty salon (with manicure and pedicure station) to allow for in-home treatments. Of course, no home is complete without a wine room and Opus not only has a 944-bottle space but also includes a separate Champagne vault. The vault is stocked with $250,000 worth of Cristal, about 170 bottles.
Opus was clearly built for the super-rich and has positioned itself to be one of LA’s most desirable residences. The estate is being listed by Hilton & Hyland through agent Drew Fenton. If this still isn’t up to your caliber, don’t worry, Niami plans to list another property in Bel Air next year for $500 million. So you can expect some pretty impressive offerings for that home.