Hacienda de la Paz
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Rolling Hills mansion comes on market for $53 million

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The 180-degree views from the swimming pool area include the Los Angeles Basin and the stretch of South Bay beaches known as “the queen’s necklace” for the nighttime glitter of lights.  (Mark Singer Photography)
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A limestone motor court made by artisans from Portugal sits at the entrance to the house.  (Mark Singer Photography)
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Two of the wooden ceilings in the house are fitted together rather than nailed and rely on gravity to stay in place.  (Mark Singer Photography)
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Pine felled 300 years ago was reclaimed from rivers in southern Georgia for use in the floors. Romantica, a master bedroom designed for the woman of the house, is one of two master suites.  (Mark Singer Photography)
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The estate includes 25 bathrooms.  (Mark Singer Photography)
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The English library has a powder room hidden behind a wall.  (Mark Singer Photography)
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Double wooden doors open to the formal dining room.  (Mark Singer Photography)
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A 500-year-old fountain is the centerpiece of a meditation room in the Moroccan-style hammam, or Turkish bath. (Mark Singer Photography)
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The indoor swimming pool was the last part of the home to be completed.  (Mark Singer Photography)
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A balcony opens to the five-story indoor tennis court.  (Mark Singer Photography)
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Stones in the mosaic tile floor were set by hand.  (Mark Singer Photography)
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The loggia has been used to seat 100 for dinner.  (Mark Singer Photography)
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Hacienda de la Paz blends into bucolic Rolling Hills, where homes are limited to one story. Most of the 50,000-square-foot residence is subterranean. Water elements include fountains and a reflection pond.  (Mark Singer Photography)
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The 8-acre site includes flower gardens and more than two dozen varieties of nut and fruit trees.  (Mark Singer Photography)
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