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Location: 2500 White Stallion Road, Thousand Oaks, CA

Square Footage: 16,000

Bedrooms & Bathrooms: 7 bedrooms & 11 bathrooms

Price: $18,900,000 (last sold in 2012 for $11,000,000)

This exquisite French inspired mansion is located at 2500 White Stallion Road in Thousand Oaks, CA and is situated on 23 acres of land. 

It was built in 2006 and features approximately 16,000 square feet of living space with 7 bedrooms, 11 full bathrooms, foyer with staircase, 2-story great room, formal living room with wet bar, formal dining room with butler’s pantry, gourmet kitchen with double islands, breakfast room, family room, home theater, gym, 4-car garage and more.

Outdoor features include a gated entrance, motor court with fountain, porte-cochere, terraces, fireplace, patio, stunning formal gardens, fountains, limestone walkways, children’s playground, lighted tennis court and an infinity edge swimming pool.

It is listed at $18,900,000.

CLICK HERE FOR THE LISTING

  • Otessa Regina Compton

    YOU HAVE GONE OUT OF YOUR WAY WITH THIS ONE, I LOVE THE MIRRORS ON THE INTERIOR, AND THE LANDSCAPE IS ASTOUNDING, IT DOES REMIND ME FROM A CERTAIN PERSPECTIVE OF CROP CIRCLES FROM UFO(S). I DO LOVE FLOWERS. I MUST SAY, THE OWNER HAD BETTER BE A PROFESSIONAL SWIMMER FOR THIS KIND OF INFINITY POOL. WHAT I ALSO FIND TASTEFUL IS THE PLAYGROUND AREA FOR CHILDREN, I WOULD ALSO INCLUDE SOME ADULT SWING SETS AS WELL, AND PLANT SOME TROPICAL COLORS IN THE GOURMET KITCHEN.




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  • One of my fave homes! Here is a video I found a while back.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=myit_4maCaU&index=38&list=FLx7VOE00DmsN_dsNJ6hcfsQ




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  • Teddee13

    Talk about ridiculous. This house sat on the market for YEARS despite being featured in every possible publicity stunt. Million Dollar Rooms, Beautiful Homes and Great Estates, etc etc etc. The price was chopped from $20+ million to $18 million to $15 million then finally to $11 million. Now after only 2 years, they want almost $19 million despite making absolutely no changes to the house? This is taking greed to a whole new level. I’ve always loved this house but I almost wish it doesn’t sell so that the current owners can be taught a lesson.

    Imagine if someone finally bought the Stone Mansion in Alpine, NJ for $30 million after it’s been languishing on the market for all these years. The new owners keep it for two years, do nothing with it then relists it for $50 million. That’s pretty much what we have here with the White Stallion estate.




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  • horselips

    There’s a sucker born every minute, but just in case they all miss this listing, offer the seller $13-$14 million and I bet he bites. It seems to be the trend nowadays, with such uncertainty in the economy and in real estate values, to ask for the sun, moon and stars when listing your mansion, and see what happens. Collecting a few offers might reveal the true market value, and give the seller information to work with.




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