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A ‘Modern Art Deco’ Mansion in Beverly Hills with an elliptical staircase.

A Beverly Hills Home With Not One, but Four Kitchens asks $33.95 Million. The newly built, 10,200-square-foot estate also includes an elliptical staircase, waterfalls and a 92-foot-long infinity pool.

In Beverly Hills, a newly built house with four kitchens and an elliptical staircase is listed for $33.95 million.

A Beverly Hills Home With Not One, But Four Kitchens Asks $33.95 Million. The newly built, 10,200-square-foot estate also includes an elliptical staircase, waterfalls and a 92-foot-long infinity pool.

Variety Magazine’s Showbiz Real Estate Elite 2021

The mavens on Variety’s Showbiz Real Estate Elite overcame the challenges of 2020 in innovative ways, through clever flexes involving all the tricks of the trade, and most saw some of their best years in a long time, and even ever as the high-end luxury market boomed.

The host of “The Daily Show” bought an architecturally significant home

Designed by Mark Rios, a fellow of the American Institute of Architects, the six-bedroom home epitomizes the Los Angeles’ hallmark of indoor/outdoor living, according to the listing.

Trevor Noah drops $27.5 million on Bel-Air showplace

Noah bought this one from Mark Rios, an L.A. architect who built the 11,000-square-foot home for himself. Inspired by Japanese aesthetics, he told Architectural Digest that he went through 50 plans before settling on the final design and employed dark timbers based on a room he saw in Kyoto and…

Eva Chow’s supersized Holmby Hills mansion relists

Chow — who was married to Mr. Chow restaurant owner Michael Chow — has relisted the 30,000-square-foot estate for $65 million, according to Variety.

Fashion Designer Eva Chow’s art-filled estate hits the Market for $65 Million

Chow and her ex-husband restauranteur Michael Chow (as in Mr. Chow) built in the home in 2005 and modeled it after the Reina Sofia Museum in Madrid. 

Who’s Brokering Los Angeles: Drew Fenton

With over $4 billion in sales since 2007, Drew Fenton has represented the most pedigreed and significant estates in Beverly Hills, Holmby Hills and Bel-Air. 

Wilt Chamberlain’s Former Mansion

The 9,395-square-foot home in L.A.’s Bel Air neighborhood has six bedrooms and eight bathrooms on two and a half acres. The home, known as “Ursa Major” when Chamberlain was in residence, was built in 1971 for the late Los Angeles Lakers star.

In Bel-Air, the striking home built for basketball legend Wilt Chamberlain has resurfaced

Like the basketball star himself — who holds the record for most points scored in an NBA game at 100 — the house possesses a near-mythical quality. Chamberlain had the home built in the ’70s, and it became known as Ursa Major, the star constellation home to the Big Dipper…

Wilt Chamberlain’s Bel-Air mansion returns to market

In Bel-Air, the striking home built for basketball legend Wilt Chamberlain has resurfaced with a reduced price tag of $14.9 million, or about $4 million shy of what it originally sought in 2018.

Home on Georgia Frontiere’s Former Los Angeles Estate Sells for $43.3 Million

A Spanish Colonial home newly built on the former estate of Georgia Frontiere-a prior owner of the NFL team Los Angeles Rams-in the Bel Air neighborhood of Los Angeles, has changed hands for $43.3 million, listing records show. The 1.68-acre property with a 20,000-square-foot house was listed in October 2019…