LOCATION: 10979 Chalon Road, Bel Air, Los Angeles, CA

SQUARE FOOTAGE: 31,000

BEDROOMS & BATHROOMS: 12 bedrooms & 24 bathrooms

PRICE: $100,000,000

This newly built modern mega mansion is located at 10979 Chalon Road in the Bel Air neighborhood of Los Angeles, CA.

It features approximately 31,000 square feet of living space with 12 bedrooms, 24 bathrooms, multiple staircases, elevator, multiple living & dining rooms, gourmet kitchen, 5 wet bars, wine cellar, home theater, 2-lane bowling alley, salon/spa, 14-car garage and much more.

Outdoor features include a gated entrance, motor court, balconies, water & fire features, infinity pool, spa, pool house, BBQ, tennis court and a putting green.

It is listed at $100,000,000.

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  • horselips

    The ramped and banked elevation gives this mansion all the visual cachet of a parking garage, Which had to be the intent, because it succeeds so well. The outdoor facilities – especially pictures 17 and 20, are exquisite. The interior blows chunks.




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  • leland

    The pictures don’t do the house justice. The video on vimeo shows that the interior of the house is beautiful.




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  • AndrewF

    I question this 14-car garage, looks more like 5 cars to me. Otherwise, well… either you like modern design or you don’t. I do, and I think this one is pretty good overall.




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    • Pierre

      I like modern design too, but I’m not impressed with this particular mansion. It has a very strong “New Rich” feel to it. Basically, it’s the modern equivalent of the McMansions horselips loves so much.




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    • Homowner

      Those 5 garage doors are for two cars each, then you can probably store 4 more cars sideways at the end of each one (against the back wall).




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  • Christopher Boyd

    Where’s Barney when you need him? LMFAO!




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  • Homowner

    The first thing I thought was, is this a converted parking garage? A sentiment shared by “Horselips”. I don’t know how it ‘lives”, but it doesn’t LOOK like a 100 mill !




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  • CHRIS

    I hate this dump so much. So freaking much. There is no design, it’s just big fat squares stuffed into the side of a mountain and sprinkled with tacky “luxury amenities”. I can’t imagine anyone buying this for 30 million much less 100. I feel sad for the owners of the project in construction next door and for the people who can see this from their homes




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