For $100,000 you’ll get a luxury home in the Trousdale Estates area of Beverly Hills, but you’ll also buy your way into private club. A yet-to-be-built home with a bowling alley and a nightclub is being introduced to market at $100 million. Designer and developer Michael Palumbo said this house that will be built in Beverly Hills, Calif. – is his greatest work yet. “I’ve been doing this for 33 years and this is probably the biggest labor of love and the best project I’ve been involved with. “It’s the pinnacle of my career.”
Set on an acre on “Billionaires Row,” the 24,500-square-foot compound-style home that revolves around water is inspired by a floating estate in Singapore. Under Palumbo’s guidance, this residence were designed by award-winning architects Shubin + Donaldson. It will feature seven bedrooms (including a 3,100-square-foot master suite with private access to a rooftop garden); 14 bathrooms; a great room with a hidden bar – all wreathed in eye-catching water features. Among features of note will be a glass foyer, a library/office and an 18-seat dining room. A lower-level lounge will include a two-lane bowling alley, a glass-enclosed wine wall, a nail salon, a 20-seat theater, a wellness center and a nightclub with a DJ booth and full bar.
Not to forget 140-foot swimming pool that will run the entire length of the estate, as well as a museum-inspired garage that will hold up to as many as eight cars.
Views from the site take in downtown Los Angeles and the Pacific Ocean.
In addition to the turn-key purchase price of $100 million, the home will be available for pre-construction acquisition with the current land and architectural plans for $35 million.