Billionaire, businessman and former film executive Thomas Tull decided to sell his 33-plus-acre compound in Thousand Oaks, and the asking price is $85 million.
Tull began assembling the hilltop compound seven years ago, acquiring three parcels, then privatized the street and embarked on a three-year-long reimagining of the newly formed property. A fourth parcel was added to accommodate a boutique organic working farm, separate ranch house and glass greenhouse. In total, the estate comprises seven separate structures and a one-quarter-acre lake.
There are 12 bedrooms, 32 bathrooms and more than 50,000 square feet of indoor living pace across the entire compound.
The property in Westlake Village, about 35 miles from Downtown Los Angeles and Beverly Hills and comes with cascading pools, stone bridges, the Dolby-certified 18-seat theater, the formal wine-tasting room, photo studio, basketball court, two swimming pools and more.
Views from the property take in the rolling hillsides and mountains in every direction.
The 47-year-old billionaire is selling the estate because he is relocating his family and holding company, Tulco, to the Pittsburgh area.