Called The Promontory, the luxe residence on the market for $46,750,000 truly separates itself from the crowd of high-end homes in the hills. It sits on an oversize lot on a point at the end of Gilcrest Drive, providing it with spectacular views of the Los Angeles Basin below. At 11,000 square feet, this gleaming white box comes out to be $4,250 per square foot.
The front of the five-bedroom mansion offers just a bit of a Parker Palm Springs vibe with a double-height glass front door set against a stark-white facade and double columns in a geometric pattern.
The upscale hotel vibe continues inside, thanks to an oversize great room designed for hosting large parties. The room features floor-to-ceiling windows framing the city below.
Gated and private, the brand-new mansion features interior designs referencing Hollywood Regency, marked by bold colors contrasted with shiny finishes.
The style, which is popular in Southern California, rings of pure opulence—and it works to spectacular effect here, particularly in the home’s chandeliers, wet bar area, and even the light sconces. A highlight of the interior design is the gorgeous floating staircase.
The mansion also comes with all of the amenities we’ve come to expect in SoCal spec homes. There’s a home gym, plush home theater, and zero-edge pool.
In addition to the master suite with its own sitting room and dual bathrooms, there are four guest bedrooms.
The design of the home also claims “the grand estates of Palm Beach” as another reference point. While we don’t spot the Palm Beach citations as clearly, it’s easy to see the influence of South Florida’s toniest town in one element: the price.
The home is represented by Jade Mills of Coldwell Banker.