Located in a gated and ultra-private hillside above Beverly Hills, this Richard Landry-designed estate offers views across all of Los Angeles and to the Pacific Ocean. The home is currently owned by producer Jeff Franklin, notably known for producing the iconic television series, Full House.

At 21,000 square feet, this Andalusian-style estate features nine bedrooms and 18 bathrooms, with features like a 40-foot tiled domed turret, which serves as the main entrance for the home.

With exquisite surfaces designed by Sicilian-born designer Franco Vecchio, everything luxury finishings are flecked throughout various spaces of the home. Venetian plaster mixed with mahogany, teak, walnut, ebony, rosewood, and wenge woods alongside limestone, slate, quartz, and various granites can be found all throughout the estate.

With no expense spared, additional features of the home include a 14-steat tiered screening room, an expansive game room, a billiard room, a music room complete with a baby grand piano, five full bars, a club lounge, a brick pizza oven, five aquariums including an expansive shark tank, a full gym and wellness spa with infrared sauna, and a hair salon.

The exterior of the home rivals some of the world’s best resorts with a 75-yard dual pool connected by a lazy river, three waterfalls, two jacuzzis, a private grotto, a 35-foot water slide, dual fire pits, a swim-up bar, a full outdoor kitchen, grand cabana, and koi pond, all surrounded by lush landscaping. There is an additional guest house on the property, underground parking for 16 cars, and a full staff available for any potential tenants, inclusive of a property manager, housekeeper, handyman, pool service, gardeners, aquarium service, home security, and an option for a personal chef.

This property is currently listed for $250,000 per month with Cindy Ambuehl of Compass.



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