The home, boasting a palatial Moorish design, remained with the Thomas family until it was sold for $15 million in 2000. That owner refurbished the interior with millions of dollars in Baccarat crystal chandeliers and custom handmade carpets.
Elsewhere in the 18,000 square foot residence are gold-leafed ceilings, ten bathrooms, and a ballroom. Sitting on 2.5 acres of land atop an outcropping, the home and its swimming pool feature unobstructed views of Los Angeles.
The $65 million sale figure comes relatively cheap when compared to the estate’s original $135 million asking price when it hit the high-end luxury house market in 2015.
Listing Agent - Aaron Kirman, John Aaroe