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This mega mansion is under construction on Bellagio Road in the Bel Air section of Los Angeles, CA. While the area isn’t a stranger to large estates, this one certainly stands out from the rest. If you zoom out on the map, you can see the 48,000 square foot Le Belvedere estate on Nimes Road. Compare it to this home and you can definitely see that this one is larger. That means the home is most likely close to 50,000 square feet!

  • Chance

    Damn…..it’s big.




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  • Brian

    Another landlocked beached whale – only skeleton now showing.




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    • Barney

      You SAID it Brian. As others have told me repeatedly, that this is “Homes Of The Rich” blog, and “why do you compalin about it so badly!?” But I tell them the following…….I’m ALL for people being legitimately successful and building large, beautiful homes. BUT (and it’s a BIG “BUT”)………..even though it’s just my opinion, I’ll still NEVER change my mind about what is a SANE, at-least-more-rather-than-less-truly-utilizeable (sp?), relateable-as-a-true-home-to-live-in-full-time. And absurd behemoths like the one featured in this post will nnnnnnnnnnnneverrrrrrrrr be such in my book. It’s my belief that inarguably useless excess, genuinely overdone square footage, and tastless size for NOTHING other than ego and vanity’s sake LITERALLY destroys a house. No matter if every square inch is covered in the most expensive, widely-thought-as beautiful EVERYthing from floor to ceiling. Too much is eternally TOO MUCH, period 🙂




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  • Daniel

    Any idea what style it is going to be? I’m going to guess French considering it has a flat roof. I also wonder if the pool will be in the front yard or back – I’ll guess front considering there is a lot more space and I’m assuming the view is better (with the golf course).




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  • jdubble07

    Property records show Jeffrey A. Kaplan as the owner having purchased both 518 and 620 Stone Canyon Road which were comprised of a 4,500 and a 4,800 sqft home, respectively. Building permits show Craig Williams Construction as the builder and permits for a 1,069 sqft pool house with indoor BBQ, a sub-basement located directly below a tennis court with 369 sqft tennis pavilion, a finished basement, a 225 sqft tool shed, a 100 sqft guard house, and a bridge. Unfortunately nothing shows about the size of the main house.




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    • Kenny Forder

      Nice! Thanks for the info!




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  • Grrrowler

    I’m glad the classic Mediterranean house to the east is still there. This place will be impressive because of it’s size, but as Barney said, there’s a point when a house can be too big.




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  • Venom

    Seriously these things come to a point when they become nothing more than a monument to your ego *cough couch Aaron and Candy Spelling*.

    Even the Duggars would find 30,000 plus sq. ft ridiculous.
    And then to spend all that money on something that does not sit on some body of water is even more retarded.




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  • George

    Its a French-style mansion. See Chritophe Choo real estate




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  • George

    Look up: “French Mansion under construction in Bel Air. Beverly Hills Homes, Beverly Hills Real Estate, Mansions under Christophe Choo real estate




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  • JEALOUSY MUCH?

    OH PLEASE……..SO TIRED OF THE POOR PROMOTING CLASS WARFARE. YOU ECOTARDS ARE JEALOUS, YOU PRETEND TO BE SO ENVIRONMENTAL FRIENDLY?? BECAUSE YOU’RE BROKE!! SOME PEOPLE WORKED FOR THEIR MONEY, DIDNT STEAL IT!!!! STOP MAKING EXCUSES, AND GET A JOB!!!




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  • Ghost

    If you look up the house on PropertyShark, you can see that the owner got a permit to build a 55,000 square foot home with 3 elevators and many extras. This place is just about finished by now… and it may very well be bigger than Spelling Manor when all is said and done.




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  • Ghost

    Jeffrey A. Kaplan is also not the real owner. He is a retired attorney who the mysterious owner hired to shield his identity.




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