Armand Marciano, the co-founder of Guess? Inc., has listed his Beverly Hills mega mansion for a whopping $63 million. Situated on nearly 20 acres, this magnificent estate is located off Benedict Canyon Drive in Beverly Hills, CA and boasts a beautiful Mediterranean main house, immaculate lawns and gardens, orchards, grape vines, fountains, mosaic-tiled swimming pool, outdoor pavilion, pool house, outdoor kitchen with pizza oven, tennis court and pavilion, walking paths and more. The home boasts 30,000 square feet of living space with 7 bedrooms, 18 bathrooms, 8 fireplaces, an elevator, formal living and dining rooms, gourmet kitchen, library, family room, gym, game room, wine cellar, home theater, a garage that can accommodate at least 17 cars and more.

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  • Hugh

    This house is perfect. Amazing and perfect.
    I’m surprised i never knew it existed. Its in a great private part of BH.




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  • Chance

    Just from what we see here, I have to give this place a score of 15 on a 10 scale 😀

    This place is one of those rare 0.001% of properties that is basically perfect. I’m sure there are little things each of us would change but it really doesn’t get better than this.




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  • Marie

    I have to co-sign on the above posts of Hugh and Chance. I love it!




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  • Daniel

    I like the exterior a lot. Very beautiful. And a 17-car garage? That is phenomenal.

    However, I am terribly disappointed with the single(?) interior pic. Looks cheap, low and old. What is it with these California mega-mansions (especially the Mediterranean style) with their low ceilings and cavernous rooms? Is there some building code where you can’t have 15+ foot room heights in a single or double-story home? And the ones that do have the open rooms often look crappy. Come on, it *really* can’t be that hard to have an airy space that is appropriately scaled and furnished, is it?

    Price seems very high. Granted 20 acres in Beverly Hills isn’t common, but the house itself needs a lot more to command the asking price, IMO.




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  • Grrrowler

    I love love love the exterior and grounds. It’s truly beautiful. With the vines on the sides of the house and the landscaping, it looks like it’s been there longer than 10 years. What the large colorful things in the back yard? Flower beds? It would make sense to have cutting gardens for the house but they seem somewhat randomly placed.

    The single interior shot is a lovely room; it’s tasteful and stylish, but looks very comfortable. Like Daniel, I’d prefer higher ceilings, but we’re only seeing one room out of 30,000 square feet.

    The price is damn high, but like the rest of the +$40,000,000 houses that have sold in LA’s west side recently, the price will probably drop 20% before it’s done. Then again, if Iris Cantor can get $40,000,000 for a slightly larger house on a much smaller lot, maybe this place will do well.




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    • John L.

      Iris Cantor sold her home? When? Thanks.




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  • richvanc

    Of course it’s gorgeous… expensive too, and I agree with Dan, that ceiling is too low. Looking at other listings on this agent’s site, I really preferred the Tudor revival, and it’s much more reasonably priced! Still, that’s a lot of acreage for BH, so I suppose it’s worth *close* to the asking price.




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  • Iemand

    Damn this is a nice one. Perfect location, perfect grounds, perfect view, perfect home.
    The interior is nice, but as said ceiling looks low (may be a optical thing), and two fireplace in one room??)

    That backyard is amazing, just imagine spending a lazy night there at the pool, or throwing a party.
    There is just nothing bad I can think of about this one. It’s just perfect!

    But boy, does this home have price tag… 🙁

    Oh and Kenny, that San Francisco mansion of the day (June 2nd) is sick! That’s some place. I would tear out that gold ceiling though…




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  • Oliver

    …WOW… there is not one single thing i would change about this house (from what i have seen here). This is an absolutely stunning estate. The house is very beautiful and looks like its been there for a long time, the view is friggin’ phenomenal! and 17 car garage?!?!?! yes please!!




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  • Tony

    The list prices on most of the homes on this site are high. Do we have to declare it each time?




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    • Chance

      Yes, we do.




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    • John L.

      None of these homes is cheap, but there’s a huge difference between $10 million and $63 million, don’t you think?




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      • Chance

        Depends on who you ask.




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  • max

    fantastico




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  • Barney

    BOY, am I in the MINORITY here…….it is a lovely home, but nothing about it leaps out at me as “fantastico”, “gorgeous”, “nice nice nice”, or anything like it. To me, it’s a very nice home on an incredible, fantastic lot, like LOTS of other very nice Mediterranean homes on incredible, fantastic lots in the platinum triangle. And as usual, the price is stark-raving psychotic.

    I can’t be moved to superlatives to a style/genre of architecture that I could never see myself living in. And that’s NOT to say that I could only live in a mid-century/contemporary home……..French, Japanese modern, Island style, Craftsman hybrid, modern log home…..all possibilities, but not Mediterranean.




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    • Iemand

      Well, this is indeed a style that can go wrong very easily. But this one is somehow done right, I don’t know what it is exactly. It’s probably the colors, the textures, the entire setting etc. Not like the ugly Mediterranean mansion seen everywhere.




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  • K.G.

    The exterior and the grounds are perfect. Everything about it is just in the right place without any defect. Just one photo of the interior. So can’t say much about the interior.




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  • swimming pool tile

    I love love love the exterior and grounds. It’s truly beautiful.




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