Beverly Hills’ Opus Estate Is a Work of Art in More Ways than One
Simply called Opus, the magnificent residence in front of you is yet another stunning example of why Beverly Hills’ Trousdale Estates is a neighborhood where everyone wants to live. Those of you who can afford to splash out many millions for your dream home may look for some of the most sought-after plots of land in Beverly Hills here, and this property is set to be the most expensive around.
Developed by former film producer Nile Niami and architect Paul McClean, the Opus estate boasts seven bedrooms, 11 bathrooms and an overwhelming contemporary atmosphere covering 20,500 square feet of luxurious living space. Showing off a stunning mix of modern architecture and bold design elements, this home features a sun deck, a blissful infinity pool, as well as a cozy fire pit – among many other things.
Niami and McClean designed this home to be extremely seductive, and we can safely assume that an unobstructed backdrop of the City of Angels might help with that. Clean, elegant and somewhat futuristic, the Opus residence also packs a second swimming pool designed to divide the first and second floors with adjoining dual hot tubs.
There’s also a 15-person screening room, a spa treatment room, and a very special wine cellar that seems to be more than enough for a wonderful evening with the family or a crazy party set to impress any guest. The $3 million art collection adorning the walls might be too much, but what about the golden Lamborghini and Rolls-Royce hiding in the garage? You can get all that for around $100 million.