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The lovely Palais des Anges in Beverly Hills, California

By Adrian Prisca


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Living in palaces and grandiose mansions is often resembled with the dark ages and medieval times, princesses, kings, queens and fictitious adventures. We’re taking this point seriously, and we have at least one proof to back it out – today, we’re going to share some facts about the Palais des Anges, an opulent palatial residence in Beverly Hills, California, on the fabled Sunset Boulevard.

The whole property this mansion lies on covers an almost 2-acre surface, representing one perfect European-design residence within a 100% American territory. The 35,000 square feet of living space, sharing state of the art technology and architecture, contrasts with the classical look of the exterior, which rises imposingly upon the grand entrance to the property. Overall, this monument of architecture shows influences from the American Beaux Arts and French Palladian styles.

One of the materials used to achieve such magnificence is the hand-carved imported limestone that covers the columns and the exterior of the mansion. In addition, imported French chandeliers and sconces, 24-carat gold gilding, hand-picked marble flooring, onyx marble and, ultimately, the largest collection of French interior moldings signed J. P. Weaver which brings back past designs. Why not resemble this with the famous Palace of Versailles – both the interiors and the exteriors are as exquisite as the aforementioned monument of elegance.

Even the entrance to this imposing estate bears a degree of magnificence. It is represented by a two-story door decked with marble pilasters, marble columns, skylight, antique mirrors and a stunning double marble staircase. The walls and ceilings are gilded with 24-carat gold, while the formal dining room is adorned with one of a kind Calcutta Viola marble, all over its pilasters and columns. This results in a great degree of elegance and gentility. Adjacent to the dining room are the butler’s pantry and the – gourmet cook’s kitchen – ultimate appliances, lavish refrigerator and a 150 square foot of marble area to tend to the cook’s needs.

If the kitchen is opulent itself, imagine the living spaces. Accessible from the grandiose family room, the breakfast room opens to a superb outdoor loggia. Fit for small gatherings or large parties, the music room boasts 800 square foot of dancing space, decked with state of the art audio-visual equipment to assist DJs or even bands and custom disappearing pocket doors. In case your guests want to spend their nights at the location, the private guest suite with bedroom and bathroom is located right on the first floor

. Overall, the residence comprises 7 bedrooms, 13 bathrooms, motor court, subterranean parking for 8 vehicles, elevator and superb modern additions, like brass plated double beveled glass windows, high-tech security, entertainment, heating and cooling systems.

There’s a lot more to say about the interiors, but our space is limited, so let’s discuss a bit about the exterior. They’re as stunning as the interiors, with aristocracy noticeable everywhere, from the lush gardens, custom bronze fountains, mosaic-lined saline pool, pool pavilion that resembles the architecture of the Hearst Castle to the Italian Cypress trees, 15 different sorts of fruit trees and the exquisite sanctuary.

Furthermore, a one of a kind night-lighted tournament-sized tennis court awaits those who fancy sports. Such beauty is hard to understand for us, normal folk, but wealthy individuals can surely cope with the humongous amount of $49,500,000 asked for it.


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About Adrian Prisca

Founder of Luxatic and countless other projects, Adrian has shaped this website into a go-to source for discerning readers looking for the latest in luxury products and experiences. He has over 15 years of experience in creating, managing and publishing lifestyle content across numerous platforms and he’s considered a leading voice in the luxury industry. Learn more about Luxatic's Editorial Process.

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