This 20,000 square foot mansion is located at 810 N Rexford Drive in Beverly Hills, CA. It was built in 1998 and boasts 11 bedrooms, 12 bathrooms, an indoor courtyard with beautiful skylight, movie theater, outdoor lounge, swimming pool with attached guesthouse and a tennis court with pavilion. I previously mentioned this home when is was available for rent at $70,000 a month. It is now on the market for a whopping $39,000,000 and can still be rented for a mere $80,000 a month. The home is owned by Marc and Michele Bohbot. Marc is the owner of The Standard Oil Investment Group and Michele is the founder of the successful clothing line Bisou Bisou, which is currently sold in JCPenney.

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  • Bryan in CLT

    Is that really a garage door to the left of the main entrance? Really looks out of place on front facade a $39M mansion.




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  • Daniel

    I agree with Bryan. Show me a $39 million dollar home with that facade, and I’ll show you a liar. This home is a beefed up McMansion. The lot is a sliver of land, and the street is not nearly as prestigious as some of the others to command the price.

    I do like the atrium (reminds me of Eddie Murphy’s house), but that is about it. Built in 1998 and looks it. I see it going for no more than $10 million.




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  • Iemand

    Don’t like it. That atrium is on his one kinda nice, but (especially the fourth photo) screams mega-mall.
    The front facade is hideous, and – I know space is tight in that region – but for 39 million dollars i want more space in front of my home than this.

    Also, here in the Netherlands for 2-3 times that month payment you could have a really nice home for that amount of money. No mega-thing like this, but a real nice home. It’s just ridiculous to pay 80.000 a month for a house like this.




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  • Grrrowler

    The others have already expressed my thoughts pretty well, but as always I’ll still add my own $0.02. In short, it’s just awful. It’s ironic that the wife has a line of clothes sold at a department store since the interior reminds me of a shopping mall. The facade is just a mess and the garage door just seals the deal. Had this been my house, I would have built the garage at the back of the property so that it could be accessed from the alley, maybe even underneath the tennis court. This definitely gets an award for the most bland and impersonal house I’ve seen in a long time.




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  • Venom

    $39 million for a front facing garage???
    Bwahahahah.
    Hell no.
    I think the agent put an extra zero on by mistake.
    For $30+ million, I would much rather have Leona Helmsley’s home in Greenwich.




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  • Swimmer

    HIDEOUS! That is all I have to say…




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