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A Touch of the Grandiose at 1000 Elden Way



A Splendid Contemporary Estate That is Nothing Short of a Masterpiece Brings Abundance to Beverly Hills

Posh resort-style living is the rule of the day at this revamped contemporary abode gracing a secluded cul-de-sac just above the famed Beverly Hills Hotel. Think an ebony glass gate entering into a courtyard dotted with soaring redwoods and a walkway lined with pounded metal tile leading to striking double entry doors that open to a grand, marble-columned living room rife with floor-to-ceiling walls of marble and glass, a linear fireplace with changing flame colors and a massive chandelier.

Add to that a vast master suite boasting a private balcony overlooking lushly landscaped grounds, along with an elevator and a decked-out three-story guesthouse, and this home has all the makings of a five-star property.

“This estate has been impeccably updated and restored, while still preserving the classic style and elegance of a bygone era,” says Jade Mills of Coldwell Banker Global Luxury, who is listing the property for $29.999 million.

“The voluminous living room is worthy of a luxury hotel lobby, and the incredible grounds were designed for entertaining in lavish style, complete with covered and open patio space including a tremendous outdoor living room/pool pavilion. The stunning pool and spa are constructed of mother of pearl and black marble, and have lights that change to six different hues.”

Situated at 1000 Elden Way in prestigious Beverly Hills the stunning home was built in 1987 and has since been fully restored. Expect more than 14,000 square feet of grand living space featuring high-quality finishes and touches throughout, including Caeserstone Concetto counters, custom cabinetry crafted in Italy, Gagganeau appliances, a 52-foot island, and a chef/catering space in the professional-grade kitchen.

Yet other standout features of the eight-bedroom, eight-bath home include a sunken bar, a theater and a mirrored formal dining room sporting an art-deco chandelier. Outdoors, the 29,634-square-foot grounds are highlighted by the aforementioned pool, pavilion, and three-bedroom guesthouse donning a living room, dining area, gourmet kitchen, private patio and its own staff apartment, as well as a large motor court and three-car garage.

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Jade Mills | Coldwell Banker Global Luxury
List price: $29.999 million


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