This newly built gated Mediterranean mansion is located at 321 S Bristol Avenue in the Brentwood Park area of Los Angeles, CA and is situated on 0.62 acres. It boasts 7 bedrooms, 12 bathrooms, grand 2-story foyer with wrap-around balcony, formal living and dining rooms, den, library, gourmet kitchen with 2 islands, wine cellar, 5-car garage, outdoor kitchen/BBQ area, swimming pool, guest house, spectacular formal gardens and much more. It is listed at $9,495,000.

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  • Sam

    Its okay, nothing special. The pool area looks nice… Not sure whether its worth $9.5 million, but it is in LA I guess.




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  • Daniel

    The exterior reminds me of some Mediterraneans we have seen in Atlanta. Not terrible but very blocky looking. The openness of the foyer is welcome, but not when the rest of the rooms look like they are 7′ high. And I don’t think I could live on that street. By the time I hit the third roundabout my car would be covered in my last meal.




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  • John

    Love it! Nice.




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  • Brian

    The exterior is pretty generic (it’s only $10 mil though), but the central hall is the worst I have ever seen. There is no coherence, no detailing and no symmetry. It’s just a random agglomeration of architectural (sort of) elements thrown together haphazardly. It would be interesting to see if top interior designers could disguise this architectural horror. Otherwise, I vote demolition.




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    • Jason

      yep, exactly what he said!




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  • Grrrowler

    This rates a solid YUK from me. The exterior has some charm about it, but it’s rather squatty and square. And, the world does not need yet another new mock-Med house.

    The interior is horrible. The foyer is way too big, to the point of being wasted space, and it’s incredibly busy. It’s not a welcoming space at all, and the asymmetry of it sets me on edge. The rest of the interior is a collection of poorly proportioned rooms with very little detailing, other than the atrocious and overused cove ceilings.




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    • Rocco

      The foyer actually looks like the courtyard that usually separates the entry/casita from the main living areas in traditional mediterranean homes.




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  • Al Robinson

    I wonder why they lined up all those chairs in picture 11? It looks like a room that will hardly ever be used.




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  • NOVA Ben

    This is devastatingly boring in just about every respect. Compared to the home, it looks like all the energy and passion went into the landscaping, and even that’s just okay. The table and chairs in the dining room look like dollhouse furniture.




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