Impressive Bel Air Estate with Zipline, Treehouse, and Hiking Trails Listed for $10.4 Million
Complete with a waterfall, treehouse, jaw-dropping Euro-style interior, and picturesque views, a recently listed Bel Air property feels more like a mansion than a house. With a price tag of $10.4 million, the home’s grand style may inspire a real estate bidding war.
When talking about homes that cost millions of dollars in Bel Air, one would expect certain luxuries. Wine cellars, pool houses, and swimming holes come to mind. Then again, the well-to-do can be an inventive bunch, so rare and fun items also spring up on these properties.
The home in question boasts a zipline and hiking trails, for instance. In light of the restrictions and cutbacks everybody has had to make due to the long-lasting COVID-19 pandemic, it seems like taking shelter in a place like this wouldn’t be so bad.
The Bel Air home finds itself next to Moraga Vineyards (owned by Rupert Murdoch). That doesn’t mean it feels like the neighbors are peeking over the fence, however. A remote drive and 3.2 acres of land answer any privacy concerns.
Upon entering the gates, calm and tranquility overwhelm the spirit. Somehow Los Angeles begins to feel like an urban forest with the intentional landscaping efforts. Nature takes center stage, ushering away any thoughts or worries about the outside world. The gentle sounds of a cascading waterfall greet occupants and guests as they approach the home.
Opening the front doors brings a new theme: European flare. Large chandeliers, columns, statues, wood motifs, and Italian-inspired themes lend the abode a stately appearance. The living space is lofted with banisters overlooking the room from the second floor like a villa. Although the kitchen appears rustic in terms of design, it’s anything but. A large range, a gigantic island, and space for a 10 person dining room table speak to its opulence and charm.
With 7,875 square feet, this eight-bedroom, nine-and-a-half-bath home offers plenty of additional amenities including a velvety movie theatre, stylish wine cellar with space for 300 bottles, patio, and home office. A game room accommodates billiards and a space to unwind with friends.
The master, technically a suite, is 600 square feet, larger than many NYC apartments. Within, the future homeowner will revel in comfort with two walk-in closets and two beautifully tiled bathrooms. Don’t forget about the very cozy sun-lit private terrace overlooking the greenery.
When friends visit, the owner won’t even have to share the space thanks to the guest house.
Long nights under the stars will be enjoyed even more from the property’s treehouse, and a walk in the park is in order on the property’s private trails. And of course, if one wants to make a splash, then a ride over the pool on the zipline is a must.
Check out more pictures of this elaborate $10 million mansion below.
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