Perched on a promontory overlooking Los Angeles is a true Beverly Hills palace.
The crown jewel of the exclusive Trousdale Estates neighbourhood, the property once belonged to comedian Danny Thomas, who starred in “The Danny Thomas Show” (aka “Make Room For Daddy”) and founded St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.
Thomas built the home in 1970 and later sold it for $US15 million after his wife died in 2000. Now it’s back on the market for a reported $US135 million.
for a Beverly Hills record-breaking $US70 million last year.
Kirman says this property is priced higher because of its panoramic views and acreage. “Ultimately, what you’re paying for is the site, the grounds, and the view, which is truly the best view in the city,” he says.
Keep scrolling to tour this palace in the sky.
The 18,000-square-foot mansion sits on two-and-a-half acres in the swanky Trousdale Estates neighbourhood, which is also home to celebs like Elton John and Jane Fonda.
Let's take a look inside to see what $135 million gets you. Feel free to park your car on the motor court -- it fits 20 cars.
The current owner decorated the home with $2.5 million in luxurious accessories, including Baccarat chandeliers and hand-woven carpets. Both are included in the final sale.
The interior and exterior of the seven bedroom home follow a Moorish-style design with arches, calligraphy, and repetitive patterns.
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