The home that pizza constructed is hitting the market in Beverly Crest, the place a French Normandy-style mansion owned by California Pizza Kitchen co-founder Larry Flax simply surfaced on the market at $48.5 million.
Flax co-founded the restaurant chain in 1985, and information present he picked up the property newly constructed seven years later.
Spanning practically three acres, the compound sits in coveted Beverly Park, a gated neighborhood inside Beverly Crest, one of many ritziest enclaves in all of Southern California the place stars similar to Magic Johnson, Denzel Washington and Sylvester Stallone have owned houses. The most affordable possibility presently up on the market within the neighborhood is $33 million; the costliest — Mark Wahlberg’s place — is asking $79.5 million.
Flax’s house is a European-inspired showplace stuffed with marble and stone. It holds 5 bedrooms and eight.5 bogs throughout greater than 14,000 sq. toes. The guesthouse provides a pair of bedrooms and bogs in 1,400 sq. toes.
The household room. (Carolwood Estates)
The eating room is surrounded by tall home windows and has a dinning set. (Carolwood Estates)
The library. (Carolwood Estates)
The bed room. (Carolwood Estates)
The movie show. (Carolwood Estates)
The pool. (Carolwood Estates)
The yard. (Carolwood Estates)
The tennis court docket. (Carolwood Estates)
The reflecting pool. (Carolwood Estates)
The guesthouse. (Carolwood Estates)
The patio. (Carolwood Estates)
The outside. (Carolwood Estates)
The French Normandy-style mansion. (Carolwood Estates)
Aerial view of the property. (Carolwood Estates)
A motor court docket marks the entry, main into dramatic areas similar to a golden-domed lobby with a sweeping staircase, a French-style library lined with wooden and a proper eating room with coved ceilings and painted by hand partitions.
One other spotlight comes within the limestone-clad household room, which encompasses a marble fire and built-in bar. It overlooks a yard full with a tennis court docket, rose backyard, 70-foot-long swimming pool and reflecting pool anchored by a statue of the Greek mythological figures Daphne and Apollo.
Linda Might of Carolwood Estates and Jade Mills of Coldwell Banker Realty maintain the itemizing.