This $65 million L.A. mega-mansion has a moat and tequila lounge — take a look inside
This 28,000-square-foot, $65 million mega-mansion in Bel Air is one of the most expensive homes currently on the market in Los Angeles.
It has a moat, 160-foot swimming pool, a glass wine room and a full-service hair and nail salon in the master suite – and that's just the beginning.
"This is massive for Bel Air – you normally don't get this kind of square footage," says broker Aaron Kirman, star of CNBC's "Listing Impossible," who has sold nearly $6 billion in real estate.
Take a look inside.
The entry foyer is two stories tall – with 25-foot ceilings and a grand staircase.
Steps away, the estate's massive living room doubles as a lounge and tequila bar.
"It feels like you're in the finest hotel resort," Kirman tells CNBC Make It.
The mansion is eco-friendly too. There are two living green walls – or vertical gardens – with built-in hydration systems.
There's a 30-foot waterfall outside and another that runs the entire length of the hallway.
The wine room is a temperature-controlled floor-to-ceiling glass cube in the center of the home.
The 14-person movie theater has reclining leather seats.
The compound has nine bedrooms and 15 bathrooms, including a mega-master suite with space for two sofas, a king-sized bed and a remote-controlled fireplace.
The "his" closet has 18 watch winders built into the wall.
The "hers" closet looks like a clothing boutique – with separate sections for clothes, shoes, handbags and an island for accessories.
The master suite also has an en-suite kitchen, complete with a Top Brewer coffee maker (one of three in the home, each of which retails for more than $15,000), and a $6,000 Wine Station machine that can preserve four bottles of wine at a time for up to 60 days.
For the ultimate pampering, the master also has a full-service hair and nail salon with a pedicure station.
The home's designer, Paul McClean of McClean Design, also designed L.A.-developer Bruce Makowsky's 12-bedroom, 21-bathroom Bel-Air mega-mansion that was originally listed for $250 million and recently sold for $94 million in late 2019.
Aaron Kirman represents the listing, along with Compass real estate agent Jennie Priel.
Watch the premiere of CNBC's "Listing Impossible," Wednesday, Jan. 15, at 10 p.m. ET.
Christopher DiLella is a producer for CNBC's special projects unit.
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