This $100 Million Beverly Hills Home Will Be The Greatest House on Billionaire's Row

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If Michael Palumbo is giddy about one of his projects, you know it’s something special. The heralded designer of countless jaw-dropping residences has developed what he thinks is his greatest work yet: a $100 million estate to be built in Beverly Hills, California.

Bringing his ‘floating estate’ concept to reality, it’s a compound-style home that is designed around the water. Teaming with award-winning architects Shubin + Donaldson, Palumbo’s concept took form in blueprints: a 24,500-square-foot estate, seven bedrooms, 14 bathrooms, a great room with a hidden bar, and an 18-seat dining room. And it would all be encapsulated under a calming water theme.

The touches of water are eye-catching but subtle. It starts at the entrance with a 1.5-inch-deep reflecting pool, that leads to a smaller pool in the foyer, which funnels to a lap pool, AND THEN to vanishing-edge pool around the property.

The luxury home is packed with indoor amenities as well – a nightclub, a full bar and lounge (with the pool as its ceiling), a 20-seat theater room, a two-lane bowling alley, a professional catering kitchen, a hair and nail salon, a wellness center, and an eight-car garage.

To make this exclusive home that much more desirable, it’ll be built on the last lot in the prestigious Trousdale Estates neighborhood of Beverly Hills, known as “Billionaires Row”.


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