Location: 1714 Stone Canyon Road, Bel Air, Los Angeles, CA

Square Footage: 20,000 (main house)

Bedrooms & Bathrooms:  11 bedrooms & 15 bathrooms (main + guest house)

Price: $26,000,000

This newly built  Neoclassical style estate is located at 1714 Stone Canyon Road in the Bel Air neighborhood of Los Angeles, CA and is situated on nearly 4 acres of land. It features a main house & guest house. It was designed by architect Leslie Lippich.

We first posted about this property back in February when it a “pocket listing”. It was then listed last August for $25,000,000.

The main house features approximately 20,000 square feet of living space on 3 floors. The 1st floor features a 2-story foyer with 30 foot ceilings and grand double staircase, 2 vaulted hallways, elevator, side staircase, 2 powder rooms, formal dining room with fireplace, library, great room with fireplace, game room, billiards room with wet bar, gourmet kitchen with butler’s pantry and 2nd pantry, breakfast room and a family room. The 2nd floor features 3 guest bedroom suites and the master suite with his-and-hers bathrooms and closets. The lower level features a laundry room, wine cellar, massage room, steam shower & sauna, 2 maids bedrooms, full bathroom, powder room, indoor lap pool and a subterranean garage.

There detached 2-story guest house boasts 5 bedrooms suites & a home office with bathroom.

Outdoor features include a gated entrance, motor court with fountain, terraces, patio, swimming pool with spa and a cabana with BBQ/bar.

It is listed at $26,000,000.


  • vova

    The front looks nice.


  • Daniel

    It feels a bit like a Chinese knock off to me. Don’t get me wrong, there are nice materials and details inside and out, but something about it feels contrived.


  • Mak

    Ok…first, that teeny weeny fountain. It has to go. Like this afternoon. It’s either a) gonna scratch the helz out of some very expensive car door, or b) someone’s going to back into it and knock it over sending water everywhere.

    Second thing…the guest house. I hate the placement. Couldn’t they have made it perpendicular to the house or something? It looks like it moved off the foundation in an earthquake and slid towards the main house. OOPS! The second thing about it is that it’s fucaked inside. Is it really a guest house? All I see is a coupled of bedrooms and a “managers office”…but no kitchen, no hanging out room, no minifridge, no washer dryer, no anthing that is usually found in a house.

    Main house? Goddamn someone loves them some chandeliers. All over the damn place. What a pain in the ass to keep clean!

    Is that a masseuse table? Looks like a very cold slab of marble to lie on for a rub down if you ask me. The only time I’ll want to be on a cold slab is when I’m dead and they’re taking me apart to find out what killed me.