77 Beverly Park has just been placed back on the market. The 30,000 square foot speculation mega-mansion was built by real estate developer George Santo Pietro, the ex-husband of Vanna White. It is located in the prestigious gated community of Beverly Park in Los Angeles, CA. The home is listed for $29,500,000, which is a far cry from the mind numbing $50,000,000 price tag it had a couple of months back.  The home has 9 bedrooms, 15 bathrooms, a large wine cellar, and much more.

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  • russell

    I wouldn’t pay more than 5 million for this. It is the ugliest house in Beverly Park.




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    • admin

      agreed. whoever is living in the house right now has no taste. the decor is down right hideous




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      • russell

        yeah its not just the inside the outside is so boring. It has no character.




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  • Stewie

    yeh I agree with you two it does suck, both inside and out. My favourite houses in the park are Avi Arad’s (beautifully designed that one), Haim Saban’s and Steven Udvar-Hazy’s.




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  • Stewie

    What’s yours Kenny? Let’s hear the experts opinion 🙂




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    • admin

      haha. I think its hideous.




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  • Tony

    hideous indeed. 79 Beverly Park on that agent’s site is much nicer though.




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  • Marcus

    It is one of the wrost designs I have ever seen.

    How did they ever get the plans for this thing approved by the Architectural Review Board?




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  • Kieran

    This is a really beautiful house. Its rare to fine a house of 30000sqf that does not have all the tacky, generic, ostentatious finishings that 30000sqf homes are expected to have. I think this home is pure class -although the size and location kind of counter act that. Definitely one of my favorite homes within that price point.




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  • Patrick

    I can’t believe I’m agreeing with Kieran!

    It is nice to see a mansion built like this. SO MANY mansions are built to “look like mansions”. I’m getting so tired of people trying to come off as some sort of 17th century prince.

    This home is in Southern California. The style is perfect for the area. Its furnished for the style (rougher dark woods, simple lines on the interior, less frills). The mexi-mediteranean style is a taste that, I believe, is misunderstood by people conditioned into thinking that “Cribs” is the authority of lifestyle.

    This is my favorite home in that area.




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