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Lake Sherwood’s Villa del Lago Sells for $19M (PHOTOS)

Lake Sherwood’s Villa del Lago Sells for $19M (PHOTOS)

Lake Sherwood’s Villa del Lago Sells for $19M (PHOTOS)
February 13
17:07 2020

Lake Sherwood’s Villa del Lago Sells for $19M

100 W Potrero Road, Thousand Oaks, California, United States, 91361

A one-of-a-kind Tuscan Villa on 4.32 acres overlooking Lake Sherwood has sold for $19 million in Thousand Oaks, California. The sale price is $16 million less than what the property hit the market for in 2018 and is $10 million less than what it had been listed for in November 2019. The residence, known as Villa del Lago, was designed in 2012 by legendary architect Richard Landry alongside TSR Design, Joan Behnke & Associates, Tyler Development Corp. and G. Grisamore Design for Bob Byers, former owner of a medical supply company. The sprawling 24,000 square foot villa was designed to be self-sustainable with its own well, solar and generator. To get the old world feel and atmosphere, designers salvaged 150 – 200 year old materials such as 21,000 Coppi roof tiles, 462 oak beams, oak flooring and doors and stone flooring from France. The result is an authentic villa that was named the 2013 Robb Report Ultimate Home of the Year. One of the highlights of the home is the 7,500 square foot subterranean showroom garage with space for 22+ vehicles complete with two car lifts, car wash and multipurpose area. The home’s extravagant home theatre features a glass floor looking into the showroom garage. There are six bedrooms and ten bathrooms throughout, as well as a commercial elevator, multiple staircases, large entertaining rooms, two ponds and a lavish pool overlooking the lake. The property was also available to rent via Airbnb at $5,000 per night and includes access to over 20 vehicles, including a 1931 Chrysler, 1937 Packard, 1981 Delorean, 2001 Porsche Carrera, 2005 Lincoln Limo with driver, 2009 Bentley GTC and a 2010 Tesla Roadster.





 







 


 


 


 












 


 


 


 


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