The residence is also dotted with ornaments direct from Europe, like a custom-made chinoiserie wall mural from Paris in the dining room, says the Wall Street Journal.
Originally built in 1934 and “rebuilt” and “completed” in 2007, the mansion is also possessed of an intricately tiled pool (gold leaf in there too), a tennis court, and a marble fountain on the almost 47,000-square-foot lot. It’s listed for $29 million.
· $29 Million Mediterranean Mansion In Beverly Hills, CA [HotR]
· 1036 Summit Drive [The Agency]
· Beverly Hills Home With Trimmings Seeks $29 Million [WSJ]