Bellagio Road, Los Angeles, CA 90077
Bel-Air Country Club Compound
$9,250,000
4 beds
6200 Sq.Ft.
1936 BUILT
32,559 Sq.Ft. LOT

This lush, tranquil, and private golf course property in prime lower Bel Air, set on the fifteenth fairway of the incomparable Bel-Air Country Club, features a gated 6,400 sq foot, 4 bedroom, 6.5 bathroom entertainers home renovated in 2010. Also the opportunity to expand or rebuild to create a breathtaking 12,000+ square foot private compound, according to Underbuilt. The exceptionally deep and quiet, mostly flat, nearly one acre lot is ideally located just a quarter mile north of Sunset Boulevard through the West Gate, a stone’s throw from some of the most expensive properties in Bel Air and a few minutes from Brentwood, Beverly Hills, and UCLA. With extensive frontage and beautiful views across manicured lawn, fairways, and greens, the existing estate is luxurious and striking, with an open floor plan. French doors lead to the oversized pool, pool house, and pavilion. The chef’s kitchen features Viking, Miele, and Sub-Zero appliances. An incredible master suite opens to a sun room and a large private deck looking out to the golf course and beautifully landscaped grounds with inviting used-brick patios and pathways. The move-in property already offers the best in today’s Southern California living. Fully reimagined by a visionary owner/user or developer, it could be one of Bel Air’s most unique and majestic estates.

Arlene Rutenberg

Arlene Rutenberg

Key Details

Bedrooms
4
Total Bathrooms
6.5
Year Built
1936
Living Space
6200 Sq.Ft.
Lot Area
32,559 Sq.Ft.
Total Area
12,000 Sq.Ft.
Lifestyle
Country Club

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