This newly built Tuscan style mansion is located at 25344 Prado De La Felicidad in The Estates at the Oaks community in Calabasas, CA. It was designed by renowned architect Richard Landry and is situated on a 1.86 acre lot with panoramic views. It boasts 12,200 square feet of living space with 6 bedrooms, 8 bathrooms, steel framed windows, walls of glass, stone and hardwood floors throughout, iron and glass doors, gourmet kitchen with 2 islands, family room, formal living and dining rooms, media/game room, office, bonus room, gym, spa/massage room, elevator, covered patio with fireplace, gated courtyard entry and gated garages, sunken basketball court, gazebo, swimming pool with spa, fruit trees, stone patio and walkways and more. It is listed at $11,995,000.

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  • Daniel

    Bleh. What were they thinking with that exterior color? It’s so gloomy/dirty looking. Interior is unbelievably plain, minus the wooden beams. I can’t believe Richard Landry designed something so dull.




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  • Venom

    $12 million, seriously?
    I am so curious how the prices of these houses are calculated in California because I can literally build this here in Michigan complete with a basement for $150 a sq. ft, maybe even less.
    So for arguments sake, let’s say the cost to build this is $2 million. Are you telling me the land this sits on is really worth $10 million?




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  • rob

    Did anyone else notice the colorful backyard sports court North and East of this house. Anyone know what that is. Is it some new material. It really stands out. Maybe could be a helipad.




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    • Julia

      it’s a basketball court.




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  • JT

    Has anyone else noticed that Richard Landry sucks as an architect?




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    • Jason

      I wouldn’t go so far as to say he sucks, but he’s not the master architect some would have you believe. he’s a better McMansion designer with uber wealthy clients who have little architectural design sense. Rick Robertson and Mark Appleton are better LA architects.




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      • JT

        Everything he does just seems like the wrong proportion, and I mean if I look at say Hablinkski’s or Stern’s homes versus Landry’s he doesnt seem like he even comes close to them. His homes are huge but they are just dont seem very tasteful.




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  • NOVA Ben

    The price is indeed a mystery.

    The home really doesn’t speak to me in any sort of way whatsoever. I sort of like the room with all the different shaped shelves/niches. Other than that this is utterly forgettable.




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