Bel Air’s $59M Rosewood by William Hablinski Architecture (PHOTOS)

Bel Air’s $59M Rosewood by William Hablinski Architecture

$59,000,000 | Built 2005 | 23,639 Sq. Ft. | 9 Beds | 10 Baths | 1.75 Acres
St. Cloud Road, Los Angeles, California, United States

It’s been called the finest example of Georgian architecture in Los Angeles, Rosewood, a spectacular nearly 24,000 square foot private residence can now be yours for $59 million. Designed by William Hablinski Architecture and completed in 2005, Rosewood is the culmination of years in planning & construction. William Hablinski drew inspiration from Old Westbury Gardens, a 114-year-old mansion in New York, sharing many similarities in the exterior architecture. Majestic in every way, public rooms include a soaring oval entry hall, formal living room with 12′ ceilings, glamorous dining room, junior dining room, mahogany panelled library & a spacious family room. The ultimate family home, Rosewood offers a magnificent master suite complimented by 8 additional bedrooms. Additional amenities include an oak panelled ballroom with seating for 120 guests, vintage diner, car museum, gym & full guest house. The 1.75 acre grounds are resplendent with formal lawns, N/S tennis court, mosaic tile pool, tree house & Koi pond. State of the art security system & high gates ensure complete privacy in the heart of the city. A rare opportunity that will be cherished for generations to come. Rosewood is on the market for $59 million with Joyce Rey of Coldwell Banker. Below are a mix of photographs from the architect’s project page and Joyce Rey’s listing.



















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