$59,950,000 | Built 2017 | 22,713 Sq. Ft. | 7 Beds | 7.5+ Baths | 1.05 Acres
One of the most expensive spec mansions in Beverly Hills has been rebranded, renovated and changed hands in hopes of finding a longterm buyer. Formerly known as Opus, the 22,713 square foot modern residence was designed by architect Paul McClean and built on a 1.05 acre promontory on Billionaires Row in 2017. The property hit the market in August 2017 for $100 million and gradually dropped in price before selling in February 2020 for $38 million according to property records on Realtor. The property was transferred from developer, Nile Niami, to Joseph Englanoff, a lender on Niami’s portfolio, according to Realtor. The residence has also been entirely rebranded. Realtor reported that alterations were made both inside and out, a champagne fridge has turned into a large pantry, the stone floors have been covered in wide-plank oak flooring and the iconic “O” art installation in the water feature near the front door has been removed. Despite the major drop in price and changes in interior design, the home includes some incredible amenities. Enjoy two luxurious swimming pools, two gourmet kitchens, a walk-in temperature controlled pantry, an oversized theatre, wine cellar, billiards room, car museum and commercial grade audio/visuals. The 7 bedroom, 7.5+ bathroom residence recently hit the market for $60 million. It’s on the market with Rayni Williams of Hilton & Hyland.