$100M Spec Mansion Hits the Market in Bel Air, California
$100,000,000 | Built 2020 | 41,000 Sq. Ft. | 8 Beds | 21 Baths | 1.35 Acres
10697 Somma Way, Los Angeles, California, United States, 90077
A newly constructed spec mansion with over 41,000 square feet of interior space has hit the market in Bel Air, California for $100 million. It’s called UNICA and comes packed with a long list of amenities. The $100 million purchase price includes an indoor basketball court with regulation NBA 3-point lines on each side – this space also doubles as a ballroom, there’s a 36-seat theatre with popcorn/candy galley and dual powder rooms, a 20+ auto gallery with electric car charger, recording studio, eight bars, 75′ indoor pool, 75′ infinity edge outdoor pool, an outdoor weather-proof Samsung wall and an additional 6,000 square feet of bonus space with endless possibilities. The mansion also includes a total of 8 bedrooms, 21 bathrooms, staff quarters and an open floor plan. Mansion Global that, “Los Angeles’ high-end residential market appears unfazed by economic uncertainty posed by the coronavirus. Los Angeles County recorded 82 home sales over $5 million during March and April this year, a dip of just three transactions compared to the same period in 2019.” UNICA was developed by Mr. Cueva, along with Dean Hallo of Hallo Construction developed the property according to Mansion Global. It’s on the market for $100 million with Sally Forster Jones, David Kramer & Ty Cueva.