Location: 60 Beverly Park, Beverly Hills, CA

Square Footage: 11,204 (main house)

Bedrooms & Bathrooms: 10 bedrooms & 17.5 bathrooms

Price: $45,000,000

This lavish Italianate style estate is located 60 Beverly Park in the uber-exclusive guard gated Beverly Park community in Beverly Hills, CA. It is owned by discount tool tycoon Eric Smidt, who acquired the two parcels that make up the 5 acre estate in two separate transactions. In July 1995 he paid former professional ice hockey player Wayne Gretzky an unknown sum for the smaller of the two parcels and several years later (November 1999) he purchased the second, slightly larger parcel for $3,054,545. The estate is comprised of an 11,204 square foot main house, 2 guest houses, staff quarters, office complex with 3 offices and a conference room and an octagonal shaped pool house. Other features of this amazing estate include 10 bedrooms, 17.5 bathrooms, gym, library, wine cellar, home theater, coiffure salon, observation deck, parking for 30+ cars, multiple gardens/fountains, manicured lawns, swimming pool and a tennis court.

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  • LE

    I would take this $45 estate over the $65 million dollar estate recently posted based on just the layout of the property and grounds surrounding it, without even seeing the inside. If I’m spending that much money, I want enough land for a pool, tennis, formal gardens as shown on this property.




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  • Daniel

    Outstanding. It’s nice to see that the owner restrained him/herself from going overboard. I love this inside and out, and I know a lot of dislike Beverly Park, but I think it’s a great place. Interesting to see how much they expanded the home.

    More photos here: http://finton.com/projects/results_project.php?S_id=00000000042&Search=Search




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  • Erik

    This is Wayne Gretzky’s old house from when he played for the LA Kings!!




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    • Nightmoves

      The house was built in 1998, Wayne went to St. Louis in 1996.




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  • Grrrowler

    It’s pretty much gorgeous inside and out. This is how “grand but livable” is done.




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  • Andrew

    I appreciate the room to move around the grounds but I disliked the interiors, rather violently in fact. Maybe there’s nothing wrong with them within the style they’re in, but that style is not my cup of tea…




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  • Teddi

    except for the dining room and the too small kitchen, I pretty much love everything. It’s grand and oven a bit ostentatious without being obnoxious. I’m not even sure how they managed to create such a balance. The money is in-your-face and yet it’s still so dignified and elegant.

    And considering how much I hate statues being all over the place, I love the garden exactly the way it is. Wouldn’t change a thing. That in itself is a minor miracle.




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  • JH

    Hey Kenny, here are some pics of Steve Wynn’s $70 mil. penthouse after renovations. Thought you may want to post them!
    http://www.architecturaldigest.com/decor/2014-03/roger-thomas-steve-wynn-manhattan-duplex-apartment-article




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