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Montage Beverly Hills

Five-Star Living at Montage Beverly Hills — 225 N. Canon Drive

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A rare opportunity to buy into the Montage lifestyle in Beverly Hills has become available with this desirable pied-à-terre—Residence 7B—now on the market for $9.495 million. “This is one of only 20 residences in the iconic, five-star Montage Residences Beverly Hills hotel,” says listing agent Soren Olsen of Ohana Real Estate Investors.

“It’s truly the epitome of incomparable city living and distinctive amenities, including the 20,000-square-foot Spa Montage, and a rooftop pool with panoramic views and private cabanas, as well as five-star service from Montage staff and an effortless ownership experience.” Think 2,766 square feet of living space with three bedrooms, plus an office/extra bedroom, four full baths, and convenient access to all of those aforementioned perks and more.

Montage Beverly Hills

★★★★★ | 2,766 sq. ft. | $9.495 million | Click to View the full Listing Details

 

Full Listing Details | Photographs courtesy of Montage Beverly Hills (hotel) and Tyler Hogan (residence)

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