Location: 1433 Royal Oaks Drive, Bradbury, CA

Square Footage: 11,059 (main house) + 1,200 (guest house)

Bedrooms & Bathrooms: 7 bedrooms & 12 bathrooms (main house) + 3 bedrooms & 2 bathrooms (guest house)

Price: $18,580,000

This Mediterranean style gated estate is located at 1433 Royal Oaks Drive in Bradbury, CA, one of the nation’s most expensive zip codes. It is situated on 3-1/3 of an acre and was built in 2009. It features a main house, oval-shaped driveway with porte-cochere, swimming pool with cabana, guest house and a sports court. The main house features approximately 11,059 square feet of living space with 7 bedrooms, 11 full and 1 half bathrooms, 2-story foyer with grand double staircase, formal living and dining rooms, gourmet kitchen, family room, home office, Japanese style team room, home theater, 5-car garage and more. The guest house features 1,200 square feet of living space with 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms.

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  • Lonnie

    I’m usually not a fan of double staircases but this one was done very tastefully.




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  • Daniel

    At first glance, the front reminded me of the former Maloof home in Beverly Park. This is just bad. Really bad.




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  • Grrrowler

    I like the Murano glass chandelier in the living room; the rest is detestable. The view of the house from the back is particularly bad. I have been countless comments about houses looking cheap motels, but the back of this really does look like the back of Super 8.

    I still can’t figure out why anyone would willingly spend tens of millions of dollars to live in Bradbury.




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    • opinionfree

      I take great offense to your assertion that this pile is reminiscent of a Super 8. I have stayed in MANY a Super 8, most often for an hour or less of time. However, I most emphatically must disagree with you. This place is much more akin to a
      Motel 6. (Said in humor and love)
      Really, this is $18.5 million. I’m thinking it’s a typo. More like $1.85 million. Although in all honesty, that’s still too much for this mess. Also the identification of any zip code status, is lost on this place.




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  • Michael

    I don’t understand having a home in the hills with your house sitting on and surrounded by concrete. The property is so uninviting, so cold and bland. The back of the house could be the back of a low income housing project. Small windows & no French doors leading the concrete outside. Very sad




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