Billionaire lists his Beverly Hills Mansion





Location: Lexington Road, Beverly Hills, CA
Price: $35,000,000
Square Feet: 16,733

This Georgian-style trophy estate is one of Beverly Hills’ premier estates. The home has 6 bedrooms and 9 bathrooms all spread out in close to 17,000 square feet of living space. The home’s owner is billionaire businessman Louis Gonda. Louis had a net worth of $1.4 billion in 2008. Louis and his father Leslie started The International Lease Finance Corporation. The company is the world’s largest aircraft lessor by value. They co-founded the corporation with Steve Udvar-Hazy, who owns a behemoth of a home in the guard gated community of Beverly Park. Louis had originally put the house on the market for a staggering $43 million, but eventually lowered it to its current price. The home is situated behind the Beverly Hills Hotel and sits on close to 1.5 acres of prime property. It has manicured grounds, a mosaic tiled saltwater pool, a tennis court, and a guest house. I can wait to see the interior photos of this amazing home. The home is listed with famed realtors Hilton & Hyland.

CLICK HERE for the listing

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2 Responses to “Billionaire lists his Beverly Hills Mansion”

  1. Kieran Says:

    I dont understand why this house is making all the blogs now. Its been for sale for a couple of months already hasnt it?

  2. Claudia Says:

    Hmmm the grounds are wonderful, I could do a lot with that garden – turn into a paradise for wild birds and small wildlife.

    Quite frankly I’m just not into that Georgian style – I prefer modern with lots of glass. The saltwater pool is interesting-one could keep sharks!

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