Nirvana in the 90210: Breathtaking Beverly Hills Mansion Wants $60M

Famously replete with film sets, Los Angeles is also full of homes that look as though they could be film sets. As glamorous, sleek, and cinematic as the art on which many in town work, this especially jaw-dropping property is on the market with an asking price of $59.95 million. Called “Nirvana” on the listing, it’s easy to see why. The monolithic mansion, situated in the exclusive Trousdale neighborhood of Beverly Hills, is an unmatched modern paradise deep within the 90210.

Spanning 22,700-square-feet and encompassing seven bedrooms and eleven full bathrooms, the spread is epic and vast. World-renowned architect Paul McClean, famous for his mastery of space and light, designed the home with excess and tranquility as his tenets. The Shangri-La is at once frozen in time and thoroughly modern, lush with amenities such as an oversized theater, wine cellar, billiards room, and massive subterranean car museum.

There’s nothing ordinary about everyday life at this abode. In the sprawling living areas, full walls of glass open to the alluring patio and outdoor pool, and an equally impressive indoor pool sits elsewhere in the home. On top of that, there are also two gourmet kitchens and even the mirrored dining room appears doubled. One would certainly never need to take a step over the property line in search of entertainment or relaxation.

This mansion overlooking all of LA is truly a world of its own. Branden Williams and Rayni Williams of Williams & Williams Estates Group have the magnificent modern listing.