10350 Wyton Drive: European-Inspired

Located right near the legendary Playboy Mansion and a few blocks from the Spelling Manor, the gated and very private property of 10350 Wyton Drive—built on a 1.54-acre lot—has an indisputable wow factor.

In Coveted Holmby Hills, This 19,900-square-foot Estate Offers a Country Club Lifestyle With Interiors Blending Old-world Elegance and Contemporary Design

Located right near the legendary Playboy Mansion in Holmby Hills, immediately upon entry, the magnificent petticoat-inspired curved staircases, bold glass atrium, and high arched ceilings create a dramatic effect that continues throughout the estate. The three-story main residence has a total of seven bedrooms and 12 baths.

The second floor hosts four bedrooms, including a large master suite, while the 2,900-square-foot guest house comprises three additional bedrooms. European influences and contemporary style combine, creating the perfect balance.

“It is a modern interpretation of neoclassic architecture with an interior that offers a warm, grand aesthetic,” says co-listing agent Marcy Roth, who presents this property, currently on the market for $45 million, along with agent Fredrik Eklund of Million Dollar Listing | Los Angeles renown, and both with The Eklund Gomes Team of Douglas Elliman.

Perfect for quiet at-home experiences, the estate also offers everything for entertaining and hosting hundreds of guests, thanks to the top level finishes—including marble, wood floors, and custom-designed lighting—and installations.

Among them: Gaggenau appliances in the kitchen; a built-in teppanyaki grill complemented by a fully stocked outdoor kitchen; a pool; tennis court; fire pit; space for a putting green; pond with fountains; gym; spa; theater; and a 3,000-square-foot underground parking lot, in addition to all the driveway parking. Everything, in other words, under one magnificent roof.

Presented by

Fredrik Eklund | DRE# 02074900
Marcy Roth | DRE# 02008165
The Eklund Gomes Team of Douglas Elliman
List Price $45 million

Photographs: Niles Timm

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