“Another day, another stadium-sized megamansion hits the market in Los Angeles,” according to Mansion Global. Jeff Hyland, Linda May, and Drew Fenton are thrilled to bring The Bellagio Estate to the market at $75 million.
Originally designed by renowned master architect Paul Williams in 1931, the estate has since been extensively remodeled before and after changing hands with former St. Louis Rams owner Georgia Frontiere.
With architecture and interiors by Don Ziebell, principle of Oz Architects, the complete renovation by the JRC Group was completed in 2019.
Creating a unique and curated experience, the JRC Group achieved warm elegance, modern craftsmanship, and meticulous attention to detail that blends seamlessly with the estate’s classic Spanish aesthetic.
Situated on 1.68 impeccably manicured acres in prime Lower Bel-Air, this secluded and beautifully landscaped villa instantly transports you away from the hustle and bustle of the city and into the divine setting of a 5-star resort.
The open concept floor plan of this trophy estate perfectly marries classic architecture, beautifully proportioned spaces, wide-plank oak and limestone floors, and a stunning fresh palette of high-end finishes including custom Nanz hardware throughout and chic amenities designed for an ultimately sumptuous lifestyle.
An abundance of natural light delicately complements the warm textures of wood finishes, pouring in through the timeless steel case windows throughout the 7-bed, 9.5 bath residence.
From the striking custom floating French Oak staircase with custom hand wrought metal railings, to the master retreat with vaulted wood-beamed ceilings, each room is a world unto itself.
Interior space in the main house includes a living room, formal dining room, gym, spa, a 7,000-bottle wine cellar lined with antique 18th century French Limestone, family room that converts into a screening room, solarium and office with wet bar.
A breath of fresh air for those seeking refuge from the city, enjoy resort-like amenities with an unmatched indoor-outdoor flow. Step out of the formal living room and onto a serene outdoor dining area.
The grounds are replete with a separate lap pool and main pool, two spas, central courtyard with fireplace, outdoor cabana with fireplace, barbecue, fountains from stone basins, multiple entertainment decks, tennis court, and pool house.
A nod to its storied past and meticulously designed to showcase unprecedented craftsmanship, The Bellagio Estate offers an exclusive opportunity to enjoy quintessential Southern California living year-round.
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