This legendary estate, located at 9555 Heather Road in Beverly Hills, CA, was originally built for Bert Lahr, the lion in The Wizard of Oz. It was later owned by and leased by numerous celebrities including Michael Chapman, The Osbournes, Paul McCartney, Don Johnson & Melanie Griffith and is currently owned by French clothing designer Guy Attal who bought it from Don Johnson for $2.55M. It sits on 1.3 park-like flat acres and is completely walled/gated and has been exquisitely renovated both inside and out. The interior was done by Ralph Lauren. The main house has approximately 12,000 square feet with 7 bedrooms and  7 full and 3 half baths. The lower level features a media room with wet bar and a wine cellar. There is also a 3-car garage and a  3,000 square foot 2nd house with separate entry from the street. There are numerous large outdoor terraces as well as an outdoor kitchen. The grounds also include a swimming pool with spa and a newly built entertainment building with a 2-lane vintage inspired bowling alley, game room, wet bar and powder room. A putting green, koi pond, sports court and gym complete this amazing property. It is listed at $28,500,000.

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  • Stewie

    He bought it for 2.55m and is trying to sell it for 28.5m??
    The house is quite nice. Unsurprisingly after a renovation by Ralph Lauren, the interior is fabulous. I love everything except that poor zebra carpet. I really like the ceilings, I think they capture that Shingle-style East Coast feeling very well indeed and make the home cosy and warm.




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    • george

      I don’t get the $2,550,000 to $28,500,000 bit. Unless the year of sale was 1855 no one is going to pay that




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  • Grrrowler

    It’s a beautiful house on a really nice large lot, but in this economy $28.5M is definitely overly optimistic.




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