What would you expect from a house that has a price tag of $125 million? Parking for 35 cars? An 85-foot pool? A 1,150-square-foot gym? Los Angeles’s most expensive home has all that (plus more), and according to Mansion Global, it’s officially on the market.
If sold for the asking price, it’s set to beat real estate records and become the area’s most expensive home. Though with all the features of this jaw-dropping space, we think the fee is well worth it.
Set on 3.25 acres, the space blends cutting-edge technology with enviable architecture. The Foothill Estate mansion, which spans about 18,500 square feet, is peak contemporary style. There’s glass wall after glass wall (primed for future residents to enjoy sweeping L.A. views, naturally) and clean lines throughout; glossy hardwood and steel doors make for a sleek backdrop that’s just waiting to be customized.
Other features include a pool house to accompany the aforementioned gigantic swimming pool, a private theater, and an elevator (no, really) to help people navigate the six bedrooms. Taking the stairs is a plebeian activity, after all.
The home belongs to Casey Wasserman, a sports and media mogul and grandson of famed Hollywood talent agent Lew Wasserman. The elder Wasserman lived in a mid-century home (whose visitors included the likes of Ronald Reagan and Bill Clinton) on the lot for around 50 years. When Casey took over, he expanded the lot and eventually hired award-winning architect Richard Meier in 2016 to build the current manse.
The result? A palatial residence with space for literally every lifestyle need under the sun. Whoever snaps it up is in for a life of luxury.
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