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    Unfinished $30M Mansion in L.A. Is This Week’s Most Expensive New Listing

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    An unfinished, Old World-style mansion in Los Angeles recently landed on the SoCal luxury market. Listed for $30 million, it’s this week’s most expensive new listing on realtor.com®.

    The massive mansion, billed as “Chateau Philippe,” takes its architectural inspiration from France. It offers eight bedrooms, 10 bathrooms, and every upscale amenity a SoCal Francophile might desire.

    A 2016 post on the Homes of the Rich website billed it as a “newly built” French chateau. The price listed at the time was the same as it is today.

    Now, four years later, the home’s photos appear to show a few rooms in need of finishing touches. The listing notes that the home is “soon to be completed.”

    Chateau Philippe in Bel Air

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    Formal entry

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    Herringbone flooring

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    Hallway

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    Bedroom suite

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    En suite bath with clawfoot tub

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    View of the L.A. estate

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    Inside the Bel Air gates, the residence has 18,000 square feet of interior space and offers a formal entry with a grand staircase that leads to a great room, dining room, and entertaining spaces. French doors open outside. 

    Herringbone flooring, marble, walls of windows, and hand-carved finishes can be found throughout. 

    The posh property, of course, offers a wealth of luxe features, including a grand ballroom, game room, gym, theater, library, cigar room, and wine cellar. Along with a gourmet kitchen, the layout includes a butler’s kitchen and pantry for entertaining. 

    An underground bonus room could be transformed into a recording or dance studio, the listing suggests.

    The deluxe owner’s suite boasts a fireplace, wet bar, two walk-in closets, a balcony, and an adjacent bathroom with water closets, built-in vanity, clawfoot tub, and state-of-the-art showers. The other bedrooms in the main house have en suite bathrooms.

    Other features of the property include a separate guesthouse and staff quarters.

    Most intriguing, the listing adds that the home has been “Designed, built and finished under direction of [a] feng shui master” and that the “harmonious floor plan creates an undeniable sense of chi.”

    As long as a buyer has an undeniably large bank account, this almost finished chateau might be an ideal landing spot.

    Melissa Echeverria with Keller Williams Beverly Hills holds the listing.

    The post Unfinished $30M Mansion in L.A. Is This Week’s Most Expensive New Listing appeared first on Real Estate News & Insights | realtor.com®.

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