When an estate surpasses architecture and design, it becomes a work of art.
Inspired by the iconic Reina Sofia museum in Madrid and built by a world class art collector on the finest street in Holmby Hills, a spectacular backdrop was created for a personal collection of antiquities and contemporary art. After a decade, the result is rarefied 30,000 square feet of museum-quality rooms with soaring ceilings, carefully curated materials and a flow that makes this landmark home feel both expansive and intimate.
From the soaring 30-foot entry with 400-year-old moorish columns and 16th/17th century Florentine carved ceilings, to the Art Deco library, which has been called "The Finest Room in LA," this rare blending of gallery, artistic temple and personal sanctuary only becomes available once in a lifetime. A gated compound, for the most discerning, features every conceivable amenity; a three-story guesthouse with a stunning cinema, an entertainment complex, outdoor ballroom, and manicured grounds of over 1.1 acres.