All I can say is……BEAUTIFUL!!!! This extraordinary gated “French Inspired” traditional style home was built in 1951 and recently underwent a complete renovation. The estate is located at 10847 Bellagio Road in Los Angeles, CA. It sits on an acre of land, overlooking the 16th hole of the Bel Air Country Club. The 19,000 square foot mansion boasts 9 bedrooms, 7 bathrooms, a wood paneled living room with grand piano, 2 offices, gorgeous gourmet kitchen, great room, formal dining room with 3 sets of French doors, double height wood paneled library, 2 master suites with unbelievable closets, full-service bar/cocktail area, catering kitchen, gym, sauna, home theater, walk-in wine refrigerator with wall of glass, separate 2 bedroom apartment, swimming pool with spa, patios, and a lovely formal garden. It was once home to producer David Wolper and formerly owned by composer Jerry Herman. It is listed at $23,450,000. This property is truly incredible. It boasts amazing views, elegant decor, and an open and inviting floor plan. This is definitely one of the nicest renovations that I’ve ever seen.

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  • Stewie

    I love the interior. This house is just classic LA. Beautiful




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  • Daniel

    Too calm/casual for my taste. They should seriously consider building an island or two in that closet, or convert it to a bowling alley.




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  • Grrrowler

    I agree Kenny that this is a beautiful renovation, and I don’t usually like houses with mansard roofs. The style of the furniture isn’t my taste, especially in the public rooms, but that doesn’t matter since the house has been staged (and staged very well I might add). The built-ins right down to the plumbing fixtures would work with many different styles and this could be a much less formal and even more beautiful house without changing anything currently built-in other than a couple of overdone chandeliers.




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  • lee

    is this paris hilton’s family’s home? i remember seeing it on the simple life. (uhm, i cannot believe i admitted that)




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  • I love 3 things about this house (in this order): The fact that it used to belong to Jerry Herman (I love his music, it’s so clever, funny & sing-along to – who doesn’t love “Mame” or “Hello Dolly”? There haven’t been that many people who can write both the lyrics and music. Mr. Herman, Irving Berlin & Cole Porter are in a class by themselves.

    #2 is the fact that it has a catering kitchen in addition to the regular one. What a luxury to have 2 full gas stoves (and ovens). #3 Are those closets. I’ve seen a home in Paradise Valley, AZ that has big his & hers and (I haven’t seen much of his) at least hers has room for a huge flat screen t.v.! (I thought that AT&T commercial was based on their dream, but these really exist!) I mentioned to a friend recently that I had seen a wet bar inside a wardrobe. He replied (without missing a beat), “Are they closet drinkers?” I’m still laughing at that comment – hilarious!




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    • Grrrowler

      I also like the fact that it has a Hollywood history. Jerry Herman IS very talented and has done some amazing work. I remember an Architectural Digest issue with his New York townhouse in it, and thought it matched his personality very well.

      The house also being owned by David Wolper adds to its appeal. Who doesn’t love Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory?




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  • Kyle

    No way on Earth would I pay $24 million for this home.




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