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Home of the week: A sultan’s palace in Bel-Air

Home of the Week | Bel-Air

The 20,000-square-foot home in Old Bel-Air is listed for sale at $37.5 million.

(CJ Walker)

This palatial home is fit for royalty, which makes sense, given that it was commissioned for the family of the sultan of Brunei in the late 1990s.

But the family never moved into the Italian villa, near Conrad Hilton’s longtime estate in Old Bel-Air. Instead, it was sold unfinished and later completed in 2003.

Designed for large-scale entertaining, interiors boast grand yet finely proportioned formal areas, billiards and screening rooms and a lavish wine cellar. A two-lane driveway, motor court and subterranean garage provide parking for more than 40 vehicles.

The details

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Location: 10664 Bellagio Road, Los Angeles, 90077

Asking price: $37.5 million

Year built: 2003

House size: 20,000 square feet, nine bedrooms, 16 bathrooms

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Lot size: 1.49 acres

Features: Hardwood and stone floors, coffered ceilings, screening room, office, exercise studio, pool, cabana, formal gardens, guest apartment with private entrance

The area: In February, eight single-family homes sold in the 90077 ZIP Code at a median price of $2.152 million, up 2.5% from the previous year, according to CoreLogic.

Agents: Jerry Jolton, Coldwell Banker/Previews International, (310) 285-7503

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