Hotelier’s Hacienda

801 N. Sierra Drive

$11.495 Million  |  Beverly Hills Half Acre + Gated 5 Bedrooms


Ever wonder where the proprietor of one of Beverly Hills’ poshest hotels rests his head at night? This stunning traditional home set on a half-acre-plus lot at 801 N. Sierra Drive, north of Sunset, listed by Aaron Kirman of Pacific Union International for $11.495 million, leaves no doubt. Peninsula Beverly Hills Owner Bo Zarnegin’s gated, five-bedroom abode has been tagged as “an entertainer’s dream come true” and lives up to its billing with a formal living room that opens via French doors to a pool and garden area; a family/media room with a wet bar and dining area ideal for casual get-togethers; and manicured grounds sporting a large pool and spa, an oversized patio area for dining and spacious yard. Yet other highlights include an over-sized master suite featuring a fireplace, generous walk-in closet and bath; large kids’ den/media room; wood-paneled library; separate housekeeping quarters; detached artist studio; eat-in, refrigerated wine room; and five-car garage.


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Star Power

1038 Palisades Beach Road

$11.995 Million  |  Santa Monica Beach Ocean-front built in 1929


An ocean-front estate that once housed the likes of Cary Grant and Princess Grace of Monaco is on the market for the first time in 40 years. “This incredible estate is in a uniquely fabulous location, on the historic mile of Santa Monica Beach that was the original ‘Gold Coast,’ where prominent Old Hollywood celebrities lived and played,” says Jade Mills of Coldwell Banker Global Luxury, who is listing the property at 1038 Palisades Beach Road for $11.995 million. Originally built for silent film star Norma Talmadge by architect Paul R. Crawley in 1929, the home showcases a formal foyer with circular staircase; sunroom overlooking the back garden; wine cellar; and four bedrooms, plus a spacious master suite with dual baths.


Written by Wendy Bowman  |  Photographs: Blake Worthington and Adam Latham


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