Designed to evoke a Spanish villa, the modern compound boasts such amenities as an indoor basketball court, a 1,200-bottle wine cellar and a state-of-the-art recording studio. Completed this year, the sprawling residence sits behind gates on more than an acre with an 20+ car auto gallery, 36-person theatre, indoor and outdoor swimming pools, and an outdoor kitchen. An outdoor Samsung display is weatherproof.
“I feel the buyer of UNICA will be someone who wants to stay home and have all their friends and family come to them,” listing agent David Kramer of Hilton & Hyland said.
The 41,000 square feet of interiors is the largest home with Circadian Rythm lighting, contains eight wet bars, multiple kitchens, eight bedrooms, 21 bathrooms and an elevator. A massive fireplace feature, a sitting room, dressing rooms and multiple spa-like baths highlight the master suite.
Walls of glass open to patios on multiple levels and the resort-like yard. Unobstructed views take in the surrounding canyon, mountains and city lights.
UNICA Bel-Air is co-listed with Ty Cueva of Westside Property Group and Sally Forster Jones and Anita Stephan of Compass.