Crypto Billionaire Drops $83 Million on Pacific Palisades Mansion
Whether you believe it or not, cryptocurrency is making people rich. One benefactor of this new tech craze has just splashed an incredible $83 million on a Pacific Palisades mansion. The mysterious billionaire now owns one of the most expensive properties on the Westside of Los Angeles.
Designed by L.A. megamansion developer Ardie Tavangarian, this hilltop abode contains six bedrooms, 18 bathrooms, a retractable roof, and two panic rooms. Located on one acre of land, the house sits at the end of a quiet cul-de-sac in Pacific Palisades’ Riviera neighborhood.
Looking like something from a Bond film with views to die for, the 20,000-square-foot home contains multiple levels, high ceilings, a home theater, several bars, and a large outdoor infinity pool.
The home also features a number of state-of-the-art gadgets, with access to the main bedroom via a retinal scanner. The master bedroom also has a retractable roof for star gazing and doubles as a movie projector. Other noteworthy amenities include a high-tech security system, a fully stocked wine cellar, and a garage that doubles as a dance floor.
Along with the main house, there are several cabanas near the pool and 12 person spa so guests can enjoy a wild night without having to worry about getting home. And let’s not forget the sauna room with views of the gorgeous mountains surrounding the estate.
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