This newly built Tuscan style estate is located at 11790 Southampton Court in the Bel Air section of Los Angeles, CA. It boasts 9,000 square feet of living space with 5 bedrooms, 7 bathrooms, 8-car motor court, 5-car garage, spectacular views, hand forged wrought iron and glass front doors, 2-story foyer with sweeping staircase and black walnut parquet floors, 2-story living room with Cantera stone columns, great room with beamed ceiling and stone fireplace, bar and stone wine cellar, library with burgundy marble fireplace, gourmet kitchen, massage room, large backyard with seeping lawns, infinity edge swimming pool, loggia fit for entertaining and alfresco dining and more. It is listed at $11,400,000.

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  • Daniel

    Hmmm. It’s an $11 million Mediterranean style home in Bel Air, yet it doesn’t appeal to me. The first thing I would do to the interior is rip out the wood floors. My favorite part is the back yard, although that pool looks absolutely terrifying!




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    • Daniel

      Eh. Looking at the B.E.V., it seems this is not in the actual Bel Air section of LA. The neighborhood reminds me of Pelican Hill Golf Club in Newport Coast – nice homes, but essentially a cookie-cutter community for the noveau riche. $11 million seems very high judging by the other homes in the community.




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      • Hugh

        Yeah, its not in a good part of Bel Air. I wouldn’t pay $7m for that location.




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  • Al Robinson

    I really like it. It has a nice feel to it. The floors are nice, and I like those counter tops in the kitchen. I like the openness to it. Especially for Beverly Hills this place seems tasteful.




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  • richvanc

    Much to like about this home, and yet it just feels bland. What are “seeping lawns”anyway? And Yes that pool is very SCARY!!




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    • NOVA Ben

      That’s either some kind of underground irrigation system or a typo that was supposed to say “sweeping” instead




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  • Iemand

    Nope. I don’t really like the exterior (I’ve seen if so often, it just not “special” anymore, even though this style has a possibility to look nice).

    The interior needs lots of attention; most rooms don’t look like 11 million (the living room for example is boring and bland, the bedrooms and bathrooms too) I don’t see any quality or anything like that which I expect for this price.

    So if I had to spend 11 million on a house (a BIG ‘if’ unfortunately 🙁 ), I would look elsewhere.

    And funny; they have all the lights on in broad daylight. Both inside and outside. Why o why?
    Trust me, in this case the house looks even worse with all those many, many MANY lights on. The back in picture #13 with both the interior and exterior lights on looks just like one giant yellow blob.




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  • NOVA Ben

    LA location or not, $11 mil for a home that’s largely devoid of any personality inside or out is a bit steep.




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  • Nightmoves

    Too small a lot to pay $11M. It is wedged to close to other homes similiarly to the Osbourne/Aguilera house.




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