Located on a quiet cul-de-sac street in Bel Air, near the local Country Club, this remarkable estate by Hugh Newell Jacobsen is a monument of luxury and elegance. The property includes a 13,089-square foot residence with 3 bedrooms, 10 bathrooms, large common rooms, a separate apartment for the staff, and a quite impressive list of luxe amenities.
Commissioned for the former owners of Architectural Digest, the mansion features many glass walls that help keep the interiors seamlessly connected to the outdoors. Inside, tastefully furnished rooms invite dwellers and guests to enjoy the privileges of a luxurious lifestyle. The residence was also built to make an excellent backdrop for the owners’ extensive collection of works of art.
With a media room, a library, a gym, and plenty of other high-end amenities, this two-story 1998 property is currently for sale at $19,950,000.