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Max Azria lists his massive Holmby Hills mansion for sale at $85M

By Adrian Prisca


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The renowned fashion designer Max Azria is planning to move from Holmby Hills in the future, listing his palatial home for sale at a mind blowing $85 million! The property, designed by Paul Revere Williams and built back in 1930s, sits on three acres of land and has an astonishing 17 rooms and 33 bathrooms, so it’s almost big enough to be a boutique hotel.

Max Azria and his wife Lubov have bought this mansion back in 2006 for just $16 million, but since then they’ve invested well over $30 million remodeling it and making it even bigger. The estate, dubbed as “le Maison du Soleil” has every amenity a billionaire would ask for, including a 6,000 square foot movie theater, a tennis court, an indoor gym and a wonderful zero-edged pool.

Even the entryway of this mansion is huge, spanning on two floors and featuring a floor to ceiling waterfall chandelier that’s made from over 150,000 crystals hand applied. The property also includes two greenhouses, several fire pits, a Moroccan bath house with a steam shower and sauna and a state of the art kitchen with a walk-in fridge.

On the top level of this marvelous home, you can find a large terrace from where you can take a look at the property’s five different gardens, all beautiful in their own way: French, Japanese, English, Moroccan and herb. Max Azria loves luxe-living and even his office is truly glamorous, featuring a domed, gold leaf ceiling. A billionaire’s dream home!

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