133 South MAPLETON Drive
Los Angeles (City), CA 90024
Year Built: 2005
Interior: 31,000 sq. ft. (approx.)
Land: 0.71 acres (approx.)
Seven years in the making, this 30,000+ square foot estate's provenance cannot be matched. Inspired by the Reina Sofia museum in Madrid, the iconoclastic Holmby Hills compound is designed for world class entertainment and collection of art and design. A harmonious marriage of warmth and grand scale, the contemporary residence includes seven bedrooms, two staff, and a 3-story guesthouse. Enter through heavy carved wooden doors from a Spanish monastery, and into a soaring atrium with 30-foot ceilings from which all other rooms branch. Standout amenities include: 400-year-old Moorish columns, 16th and 17th century Florentine ceilings, the famed art deco-inspired library, a rooftop terrace with 18th century tiles and panoramic city views, an entirely subterranean waterproof cinema with large windows revealing the stark-aqua swimming pool, Emile Jacques Ruhlmann doors, a second-floor corridor with antique wood from Bordeaux, a masterfully-designed wine room, and limestone throughout.