Who: Suzanne Saperstein
Location: 350 North Carolwood, Holmby Hills, CA
Price: $125,000,000

Square Feet: 53,812
House Name: Fleur De Lys

Suzanne Saperstein is the ex-wife of billionaire David Saperstein. He made his fortune when he sold his American radio station, Westwood One, in 1999 for $1.25 billion in stock. This mega mansion consists of 15 bedrooms,16 bathrooms, and a 9-car garage on over 5 acres of land. The home also has a 650-person ballroom, 50-seat movie theater, 4,000 bottle wine cellar, music room, conference room, massage room, and beauty salon. The grounds include a 70 foot swimming pool, tennis court, and a pool house with an exercise room, dance floor, and a kitchen.

  • Marie

    Fleur de Lys, another nice house, beautiful 2-story library, the foyer, the movie theatre in an old glamorous Hollywood theme from the 40’s, as is the ballroom, very french (like the house… well, Fleur…), I would drop the ballroom, I think it’s beautiful, but messy, I wouldn;t want to have all this guests coming, but that is just me. Instead, would use the place as an indoor tennis, squase, bb court or a pool. Another beautiful mega mansion.




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  • Anonymous

    Obviously, it’s a beautiful home, albeit a stuffy one! I wish that foyer was more…grand though. It seems normal(when it comes to mansions in Beverly Hills), and for $125,000,000, I would want anything but normal.




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  • Cindy

    I wouldn’t change anything in this amazing mansion. I always had an idea of a dream home and this is it! Brilliant. Simply brilliant!




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  • Steve

    This is my absolute dream home. I will have this one day.




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  • Nick

    A POEM WRITTEN WITH STONES!!




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  • David Sasnchez

    It harkens back to the Gilded Age of America and looks like it could have been designed by Horace Trumbauer. The interiors, especially the entrance hall resemble The Elms of Newport, Rhode Island, however Trumbauer would have used marble on the columns. As for being stuffy, it just depends on what you can be comfortable with – and I would have no problems with it!
    David Sanchez
    dallasmsl@yahoo.com




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  • Brenden

    It is breathtaking. The exterior so symmetrical. I agree the foyer is bland. But it is a modern day palace.




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