This Mansion Comes With a Free Rolls-Royce and Lambo, and That’s Not Even the Half of It
This is unreasonably opulent, even by L.A. standards
L.A. has no shortage of opulent mansions.
But at the risk of sounding haughty, the most expensive home the Hills has to offer at $250 million is cheesy when compared to this plush new number that just popped up on Billionaire’s Row.
Opus (10 images)
This $100 million Shangri-la located on the end of North Hillcrest Road offers sweeping views of Los Angeles spanning downtown to the Pacific blue. Coined the Opus, the spread is seven bedrooms, 11 bathrooms and an indoor car museum. And to jumpstart your collection, the space is already adorned with a gold Lamborghini Aventador roadster and a gold Rolls-Royce Dawn … because L.A.
Additional touches of note include exclusive Roberto Cavalli flooring, Longhi doors in suede and embossed leather, a 15-person curved screening room, two swimming pools, a champagne vault with 170 bottles of Cristal Champagne and two full bars. And should you be in the market to embark upon your art collecting habit, they’ve started you off with $2m+ of original Damien Hirst paintings and an Andy Warhol portrait of Muhammad Ali.
And to sweeten the deal, the Opus has a gourmet show kitchen, an iPad controlled top brewer and an in-house salon.
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