1091 Laurel Way, Beverly Hills, California is a, private, gated, French Rococco style Tennis Court estate with over 14,000 square feet on a 0.69 acre lot. Built in 1991 the house stands out with facade which is inspired by the famed Quattro Fountains in Rome with a Japanese sculpture in the center and a cobblestone circular driveway with two Titans on both sides. This $18,950,000 wort property has front doors done in Louis XV style, seven major original allegorical paintings on canvas by M. Borisov and twenty smaller nature-mortes, a grand chandelier, solid bronze dual staircase designed by Raymond LaRose in baroque style with elements of art deco and art nouveau.
House has 8 bedrooms and 12 bathrooms and formal opulent Parlor in St. Petersburg Palace style with ornate plaster 15′ ceilings, mirrors and marble columns. Family room has wet bar and mahogany pocket doors. The house also boasts library, done in mahogany and cherry woods, hand carved fireplace, a gourmet kitchen, breakfast area, designed by famed master Martin Pierce, state of the art appliances, two islands, two sub zero’s, two dishwashers and a Butler’s pantry all done in Mahogany, cherry and bird’s eye wood.
The master suite contains a sitting room, fireplace, dual bath with dry sauna, large walk-in closets and balcony with staircase overlooking the backyard. Also house has an entertainer’s media room with projection screen that opens to the tennis court, stone Gussman fireplace, travertine floors, guest room, wine room, gym, storage and an elevator. For other informations contact, Listing Agent: Myra Nourmand & Aron Kelman.