25 November 2020

13,000 Square Foot Historical Mediterranean-Inspired Mansion In Beverly Hills, CA


Originally built in 1926, 1010 N Roxbury Drive in Beverly Hills, CA was reimagined by architect Richard Manion in 2016. Dubbed "Casa California", the historical Mediterranean-inspired mansion with dashes of Spanish and Italian accents, is sited on 0.62 acres of land and boasts over 210 feet of frontage on Beverly Hills' coveted Roxbury Drive.

It features approximately 13,765 square feet of living space with seven bedrooms, eight full and five half bathrooms, an elevator, formal living room with fireplace, formal dining room, great room with built-ins, a butler's pantry, gourmet kitchen with state-of-the-art stainless steel appliances, a breakfast room, a wood paneled family room with fireplace and built-ins, upper level home office, an entertainment room with wet bar and built-in media center, a wine cellar, and much more. Outdoor features include two gated entrances, motor court, a porte-cochere, open and covered terraces, Juliet balconies, a pergola, patio, swimming pool with spa, and an outbuilding with four-car garage, guest house, and a cabana.


















YEAR BUILT: 1926

SQUARE FEET: 13,765

BEDROOMS: 7

BATHROOMS: 8 full, 5 half

LIST PRICE: $33,000,000

LISTING AGENT(S): Jacob Dadon of The Agency RE

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1 comment:

  1. The architecture possesses the inimitable class and style found only in Prohibition/Great Depression mansions, but for $33 million, the interior is a disaster. All the major public rooms are squashed under low ceilings. There are no dramatic sight lines. Nothing inside merits a 'wow' or even a mild double take. The .62 acre site is a total loss.

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