In 2014, Dr. Joseph Englanoff paid $5 million for an empty plot of land within the hills of Bel-Air. He spent the subsequent seven years crafting an amenity-loaded mega-mansion on the property, and the house has lastly surfaced on the market at $139 million.
If he will get his value, it is going to be Bel-Air’s second-priciest residence sale ever. The document was set in 2019 when Lachlan Murdoch paid $150 million for the famed “Beverly Hillbillies” mansion.
The $139-million tag additionally makes it the third-priciest residence presently in the marketplace in L.A. County. Coincidentally, the highest spot belongs to The One, one other Bel-Air mega-mansion listed for $295 million that’s set to be auctioned off attributable to foreclosures if it could’t discover a purchaser quickly. Englanoff, who doubles as an actual property investor, is a lender on that property, and he’s owed about $36 million.
Whereas most Bel-Air mansions include a laundry listing of facilities, Englanoff’s newest creation, referred to as La Fin, brings new which means to the phrase.
The nightclub. (One Shot Productions)
The entry. (One Shot Productions)
The lounge. (Jim Bartsch)
The kitchen. (GR Studio)
The bar. (One Shot Productions)
The wine cellar. (One Shot Productions)
The vodka room. (One Shot Productions)
The movie show. (One Shot Productions)
The bed room. (One Shot Productions)
The toilet. (One Shot Productions)
The closet. (One Shot Productions)
The pool. (One Shot Productions)
The fireplace pit. (One Shot Productions)
The patio. (One Shot Productions)
The garden. (GR Studio)
The three-story residence. (GR Studio)
Aerial view of the mansion. (GR Studio)
- A vodka-tasting room saved at sub-zero temperatures full with furs to heat visitors.
- A gymnasium with a mountaineering wall.
- A gold lavatory with a 100-square-foot bathe and tub reduce from a single marble stone.
- A 6,000-square-foot nightclub wrapped in crystals.
- A 44-foot chandelier cascading down the middle of the three-story ground plan.
- A ventilated cigar room.
- An ideal room below 23-foot ceilings.
- A swimming pool with a hydraulic-lifted film display screen and light-up swings.
- A movie show with Belgian leather-based seats.
- A rotating automobile elevator.
- A wine room with a customized glass artwork set up.
- And, to observe over all of it, a safety command middle.
Elsewhere are 12 bedrooms and 15.5 loos. The grand dwelling areas open to a wraparound patio overlooking L.A., in addition to a rooftop deck. The two-acre property additionally features a visitor penthouse, out of doors lounge, a handful of lawns and a number of caretaker residences.
Adam Rosenfeld and Jon Grauman of the Company maintain the itemizing.