A 41,000-square-foot spec house in Bel Air returned to the market on Tuesday, asking for $ 100 million.
Marking back marks something of a turning point for ultra-luxury property on the market in Los Angeles. Since Coronavirus came into force, sales have dropped and the offer of megamansion has not approached nine figures. But with relaxed live performances, sellers and brokers feel more comfortable with a very high price. Last week, a Malibu house, designed by Tando Ando, was designed for 4,000 square feet $ 75 million.
The Bel Air property, meanwhile, is a giant eight bedroom, 21 bathroom on Somma Way, according to Global Mansion. The property entered the market on Tuesday and was nicknamed Unica. Three and a half minutes slim the video – Accompanied by smooth music – featuring property on a hillside with a large infinity pool.
It was first registered, mid-construction, in 2017, ask $ 75 million. Price rises to $ 100 million in 2018, a rare property rarely increases in price. Recently pulled out of the market about a year ago.
Ty Cueva from Westside Property Group and Dean Hallo of Hallo Construction developed this property. Price placed it at the top of the L.A. receipt market, joining only half a dozen other properties in the county with a nine-digit price tag.
This is a mixture of modern elements and traditional Spanish style design, distinguishing it from the sleek “white box” spec mansion style that has been popular for the past few years.
In addition to the swimming pool, Unica includes a large deck, basketball court, sauna and gym. This house also packed eight bars and a maid’s room.
Cueva has a joint list with David Kramer with Hilton & Hyland and Compass’ Sally Forster Jones and Anita Stephan.
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