A massive Beverly Hills mansion designed by Robert L. Earl, AIA, has just come on the market.
While the Spanish Colonial style home doesn't take many risks in its design, it has a surprisingly large array of amenities, even for a Beverly Hills estate. Other than the standard wine cellar, media room, office, sauna, and bar, the house has a dance studio and--most confusingly--a locker room. The 15,404-square foot main house contains nine bedrooms and eleven bathrooms, as well as three fireplaces. The guest house has two bedrooms and two bathrooms. The property also features a lagoon pool with a waterfall, as well as a tennis court.
Earl has a more traditional style than many of the Los Angeles architects that the Huffington Post features. He is known for opulent mega-mansions that evoke neoclassical and Mediterranean styles. According to Earl's website, he has designed and built homes for the likes of Madonna, Barron Hilton, Vin Scully, Sylvester Stallone, Nancy Sinatra, and Warren Beatty. Earl is also working on the Trump Rancho Palos Verde, a golf course development with 36 homes.
Earl's Beverly Hills work was completed in 2000, and is priced at $25,000,000 on Redfin.
Photos by Josh Edelson are provided courtesy of the listing.
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