Location: 2300 White Stallion Road, Thousand Oaks, CA

Square Footage: 13,000

Beds & Baths: 5 bedrooms & 8 bathrooms

Price: $11,995,000

This Italian inspired estate, dubbed Villa Bellosguardo, is located at 2300 White Stallion Road in the gated White Stallion Estates community of Thousand Oaks, CA. It was built in 2000 and is situated on 20 vast acres. The main house features approximately 12,400 square feet of living space with 5 bedrooms, 8 bathrooms, grand foyer with sweeping staircase, 2-story great room with wet bar, formal living and dining rooms, gourmet kitchen, paneled home office, huge bonus room that can easily be converted to 2 bedrooms, 4+ car garage and more. There is a detached guest house on the property that features a temperature controlled wine cellar. The grounds features an infinity swimming pool with spa, 3 putting greens with sand traps, lighted tennis court and two additional building pads for horse facilities.

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  • Daniel

    Exterior looks very flimsy. Interior…ughhhh. Honestly, how many of these identical living rooms have we seem? Bare beige walls, two story wall of glass, and an awkward fireplace/built-in combo. Zero creativity. Good grief, they even managed to screw up the office. Only room that looks decent is the one in photo 10.




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  • Grrrowler

    The interior looks pretty, from a distance, but closer it’s cluttered and overdone (and cheap looking). The interior falls on its face and ends up being as bland as bland can be. Describing this as “beige” makes it sound far more interesting than it really is.




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  • John Appes

    What do you mean, flimsy?

    What is that cylindrical white thing above the house, seen in Google Maps?




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    • Daniel

      It looks like a movie set. The front facade doesn’t convey a sense of permanence. I get the sense that if I knocked on the columns or exterior walls I would get a hollow sound.




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  • Hunter

    Although I find the inside boring and bland, that can be changed with different furnishings. I rather like the exterior, and don’t get a sense of flimsyness at all. I really like the property, that can’t be beat no matter what you think of the house.




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  • lambskin

    I don’t think the exterior is too bad-the views are lovely and I dig the pool and pool house. But the interiior is awful and locating the wine cellar in the guest house is a bad idea unless I am a guest!




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