Jeff Greene’s Beverly Hills Compound has just come on the market, priced at $195 million, making it one of the most expensive residential listings in the country. The mansion known as Palazzo di Amore is the nearly eight year project of successful, self-made real estate entrepreneur. The palatial private gated compound is set on a promontory in the heart of Beverly Hills offering views of the iconic Los Angeles canyons and city lights, just minutes from world-class shopping, dining and entertainment.
The extravagant Mediterranean-style villa makes up about 35,000 square feet while a separate 15,000 square foot entertainment center houses the rest. The entertainment complex features a 50-seat private screening room, a bowling alley and a game room. It can host up to 250 guests for a seated dinner or event. Guests are welcomed to the two-level structure through a floating glass-floor walkway over pools lined by 70 year old mature olive trees.
The interior features limestone floors with marble and maple inlay, hand-painted ceilings, and paneling of maple burl wood. There are a total of 12 bedrooms and 23 bathrooms Other luxury amenities include a lavish Turkish-style spa, and a 128′ long reflecting pool.
Greene purchased the estate out of receivership in 2007 for $35 million. He owns more than 30 properties in Florida, 3,500 apartments in Los Angeles and 3 buildings in downtown Manhattan, as well as estates in the Hamptons, Malibu and Palm Beach.