BCBG Founder Max Azria’s Los Angeles Mansion Relists for $85M

BCBG Founder Max Azria’s Los Angeles Mansion Relists for $85M

$85,000,000 | Built 1939 | 30,000 Sq. Ft. | 17 Beds | 25 Baths | 2.81 Acres
10250 West Sunset Boulevard, Los Angeles, California, 90077
Nestled on nearly three rolling acres in the heart of Holmby Hills, the estate of fashion designer Max Azria of BCBG is on the market for $85 million in Los Angeles, California. Designed by architect Paul Williams, this wonderful estate features Philippe Starck interiors of the grandest scale, sophistication, timeless design, and an esteemed Los Angeles heritage. The 17 bedroom, 25 bathroom reimagined 1939 home proves to be an unwavering rarity across the globe to this day. From the floor-to-ceiling Swarovski chandelier in the grand dual staircase foyer to the shimmering metallic leaf draping from the living room ceiling, the elevated design-centric elements are in idyllic contrast to Williams quintessential colonial architecture.

Sixty rooms in total, each with intricate trim work, voluminous window treatments, and bespoke finishes for a lavish sense of sophistication throughout. Amenities are complete with a separate 6,000 square foot structure that includes a grand theatre and a gold ceiling dome library overlooking the manicured grounds. The terraced exterior and tranquil waterfalls lead to a glass-walled tennis court perched aside the Moroccan bathhouse and an inviting authentic hammam, all complementing the intricately blue-tiled swimming pool. Cultural integrity completes the grounds with a Japanese Garden and teahouse, a French courtyard, and a romantic greenhouse. The Max Azria estate is on the market for $85 million with Mick Partridge of Hilton & Hyland. Photography and information are from the agent’s listing.












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