This charming English Country style mansion is located at 10325 Greendale Drive in the Bel Air neighborhood of Los Angeles, CA. It was built in 1991 and is situated on 1.6 park-like acres. It features 9,351 square feet of living space with 5 bedrooms, 7 bathrooms, 2-story foyer with sweeping marble staircase, marble floors throughout, formal living and dining rooms, gourmet kitchen, den, family room, elevator, gym, wine cellar, 6-car garage, wrap-around rear balcony, swimming pool and pool/guest house. It is listed at $18,499,000.

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  • Brian

    Close to $20 mil and garages right at the entrance? And only 1.6 acres to site the garages on? Really? But the mismatch between faux Tudor exterior and faux-Beaux interior verges on comedic. There must be a number of head-scratching visitors. But at least there is no double bridal staircase to contend with. There are authentic Tudors in Ohio at under a mil I’d prefer to actually live in – California sunshine aside.




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  • Ted

    definitely not worth 18 million, but not the worst i’ve seen.




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  • Puresouthern

    Really? Normally I read the comments and I just roll my eyes. This house will deserve ever bad comment it gets. So will the architect, the interior designer and its owner. At first I saw it and thought what a nice house. I love Tudor. Garages being where they were didnt bother me either. Then I went to the next picture………….and I had to flip back. I flipped forward again, then back . Its almost like you have the wrong interior pictures up for this house. This house is just wrong. Wrong.




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  • Daniel

    Are we certain the agent didn’t mix up the interior pictures with some mediocre new build in Jersey?




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  • Chris

    The first picture is lovely. After it just gets awful.




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  • Grrrowler

    If it were April I’d think this was a colossal joke, but clearly it’s not. The exterior is OK, but it’s really not a very good Tudor Revival. The Tudor bits have more or less been stuck on instead of being fully realized details. The interior: I’m guessing the owners went to their “designer” and said “Give us the most generic, expected, bland interior you can, but make sure that there’s some wrought iron and marble so that people think it’s elegant. Oh, and it needs to look exactly like every new Mediterranean style newly built house in Southern California. What do you mean that won’t match the Tudor exterior? Once people are inside they don’t have to look at the exterior and I want them KNOW that we’re rich.”




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  • Mak

    Oh lorday lorday lorday. Someone totally screwed up this one. There is no explaining this thing away.

    I wonder how the architect and designers feel about this place. It truly comes off as a house that the architect had to fight the owners on. “OK OK…I know you like “tudor houses”. “We’ll slap some stucco and crisscross some dark beams and make it look “tudor”, Ok?”

    Then the interior designer comes along and is hit with
    “Can you make it look sophisticated Californian?”
    “Sure, but it won’t match the exterior”.
    “We don’t care, as long as you give it that panache that is such a hallmark of so many homes around here”.
    “Oh,you mean boring and uninspired”
    “Yes!




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  • Mak

    Oh…and what the HELL is that monstrosity across the street (on Greendale). It blots out the sun, for gods sake! Is that a multi level parking garage? Holy mother of pearl!




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  • Tony

    Sorry to diss most the homes on this site but this is a hot mess! The house has that old look on the outside like the jackson family compound in Encino. But then on the inside it looks like someone gutted the home and made a brand new interior that totally doesn’t match the outside. It looks like some sorta contemporary faux french or something in the inside. I really hate when people gut the interior and make it not match the exterior at all. I guess its not really an old home if it was built in 1991 but I assume someone may have gutted it since then and re-did the interior. Either that or it was just built with an interior that didn’t match the exterior from the get go.




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  • NOVA Ben

    Exterior: Yes please
    Interior: HELL no




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  • lambskin

    I like the pool area.




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  • Susan Burns

    Such a cute home! But outdated!




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