A roughly 12,000-square-foot house that has a movie theater and a bulletproof safe room is going on sale in Beverly Hills for $29 million. Not exactly a record high, but it’s fully loaded and just gorgeous.
The Wall Street Journal has the story.
In Beverly Hills, an ornate European-style home is going on the market for $29 million.
Completed around 2007, the five-bedroom home measures about 12,000 square feet, according to real-estate agent Jeff Kohl of the Agency, who is listing the property with colleague Mauricio Umansky.
Many of the materials used to build the home were imported from Europe, Mr. Kohl said. The dining room has a custom Chinoiserie mural made in Paris. An antique French vanity was built into the powder room, and a hood for the kitchen range came from a château in France.
The house also has a temperature-controlled wine cave and tasting room, a mirrored gym and a movie theater. In a closet in the master bedroom, there is a bulletproof safe room with a separate emergency phone line and a monitor for security cameras, a refrigerator, microwave and even a coffee machine. A staff quarters has a kitchen and separate entrance.