This newly listed Contemporary compound is located at 56 Beverly Park Way in Beverly Hills, CA. It was designed by nationally-recognized architect Rob Wellington and is situated on 2 park-like acres. It boasts 13,081 square feet of living space with 7 bedrooms, 12 bathrooms, sauna, massage room, home gym, swimming pool, basketball court, playground and more. It is listed at $25,000,000.

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  • Hugh

    This is probably the only house in Beverly Park i have never noticed. It is much nice than it appears in maps.
    I like the Japanese/modern style.

    #72 (Norm Zada’s old place) is much better value. Bigger open modern house with a tennis court.




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  • Daniel

    Too architectural for my tastes. Seems a little expensive considering the lot doesn’t look big compared to the others in the community. Perhaps if this was in Aspen I’d like it a lot more.




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  • Grrrowler

    Finally! A house in Beverly Park that I’d actually want to live in. It’s a refreshing change from so many of the other over-styled “Mediterranean” houses in the neighborhood.




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    • Barney

      B-I-N-G-O, Grrrrowler! LUV this place, BIG time.

      Clearly it’s a collision of Lloyd-Wright/Craftsman/Contemporary that works for me, definitely. Since it’s for sale, obviously it needs ALL KINDS of warming up, color, art, plants, objet d’art, blah blah blah…..but it WORKS. The exterior overhangs work really well to give the house some elegance & personality, not to mention mandatory protection from California sun. The front facade (Fantastic!), stair case and pool are deeelightful….if it was half the size, it’d be perfecto for me.




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    • NOVA Ben

      This is EXACTLY what I was talking about a few posts back when I described the “sub-style” of contemporary home that works for me…the use of warm natural materials and textures is wonderful here…the woods, the warm granite and stone. The place just looks casual and livable…I feel like I’d be so relaxed in this place, and I too appreciated the hints of Lloyd-Wright that permeate the home, as Barney pointed out.




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  • Barney

    Correction, I meant to say the REAR facade. After closer inspection, the front is way to industrial & unfriendly. It has a downright Adobe look to me, and looks like it’s the service entrance for the staff…….NOT good!




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  • Venom

    I have to admit I like it solely for the fact that it does not look like anything else in Beverly Park.

    That is one hell of a gym.




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  • NOVA Ben

    Ok, first a couple pointless rants: what the HELL were they thinking when they decided on road names in this neighborhood? and I can’t STAND phrases like “park-like”. That is a weasel of a phrase that doesn’t mean anything. Oh, park-like…so you mean it has, like, trees and grass and shit?? That phrase needs to join the term “gourmet kitchen” in the imaginary trash can for bullshit real estate phrases.

    *ahem* moving on…

    as far as the house itself goes, I absolutely LOOOOVE it!!! 13,000 sq ft is basically a little bungalow as far as BP is concerned, but it’s all the more refreshing for it, especially when it’s this delightful and welcoming modern style thrown in the sea of Mediterranean homes, as Grrrowler pointed out. I just love all of the areas that the pictures show us, and honestly I wouldn’t get bored with 100 more pics. I love it.




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    • Barney

      HHHHMMMMM! Now THERE’S a man with great taste & brains! lol………….




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  • Chris Williams

    Finally a house with a decent gym!




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