Dreamy Bel Air Mansion Has it All

This fabulously located estate features all the luxurious amenities a modern multi-millionaire could wish for … and more!

Photos Courtesy of Jade Mills Estates Worldwide Note the immaculate landscaping, and the entrance to the expansive underground parking on the right. Why waste invaluable ground/living/entertaining space on a garage or parking lot?

There are Bel Air mansions, and then there are Bel Air Mansions. Luxury real estate icon Jade Mills’ latest listing on St. Pierre Road qualifies in the latter category. The brand new, elaborate estate would make even the most jaded multi-millionaire reach for the checkbook.

The compound, completed in 2012, has all the contemporary amenities that are currently in demand, like a grand master suite with his-and-hers baths and spectacular two-story closets. Nearby are the gym, indoor spa with waterfall, sauna and steam room.

And that’s just for the owners’ private use. For friends and extended family, there’s a state-of-the-art custom theater, a wine tasting room with wine cellar, a wood-paneled library and several well-appointed and spacious great rooms.

Visitors can stay in their own luxurious guesthouse, and park in a unique, subterranean garage that can accommodate up to 10 cars and who knows how many motorcycles. Guests will also be endlessly entertained by strolling the gorgeous grounds, complete with impeccable landscaping, fountains, gardens, patios, lawns, a pool and spa.

There’s plenty of space for it all on the expansive lot that’s just under 30,000 square feet, and located in lower Bel Air not far from Sunset, which makes it especially appealing. Some people find it a pain to wind too far up into Bel Air’s serpentine canyons, especially when they have an insatiable craving for an Umami burger.

All in all, there are seven bedrooms and 11 baths in about 17,000 square feet of living space. Upstairs rooms can be accessed by a lavish spiral staircase or elevator – take your pick.

And now, to answer the big question: What will a grand manor like this set you, or your favorite rock star, back? It has an asking price of $21,500,000, which sounds like a pretty penny, but surprisingly enough, it’s not exorbitant for the area – and it's also a decent investment.

Granted, the price is more than 30 percent higher per square foot than the median home in the Bel Air vicinity. But consider the fact that Zillow estimates the value has risen more than half a million in the last 30 days, and that overall home values in the posh Los Angeles suburb will rise more than 16 percent over the next year. That’s compared to a 10.8 percent rise in L.A. home prices across the board.

Admittedly, even if the St. Pierre estate is a good investment, it’s still far beyond reach for the vast majority of us. But the dreams it inspires? Priceless.

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