For the first time after more than 20 years, the Elizabeth Taylor and Michael Wilding mansion in Beverly Hills of the 1950s is officially on the market. With a price of 15.9 million dollars.
The interior of the house is redecorated by Budd Holden, acclaimed interior designer and architect of the best houses in Hollywood, from Barbra Streisand to Cher. Joyce Rey and Arlene Rutenberg of Coldwell Banker Global Luxury manage the sale of the six-bedroom, seven-bathroom mansion, which has stunning views of the Los Angeles skyline and the ocean. What I like most about the house? The lush gardens and landscapes that surround the house, make it seem like a private oasis. In addition, of course, the pool and spa overlooking the city. Now, notice yourself: Did you imagine it like that?Advertising - Keep reading below The views Coldwell banker
With these views it is difficult not to think of The Lion King: "Everything that touches the light is our kingdom."Living room Joyce Rey
The exposed wooden beams give this space a rustic and coastal atmosphere.Master Suite Joyce Rey
The octagonal coffered ceiling is the true protagonist.Bedroom Joyce Rey
There is a fireplace in each room.the pool Joyce Rey
The only thing missing is a huge pink gold inflatable swan.The garden Joyce Rey
This is what I mean, a true paradise.
Via: House Beautiful US