Once owned by classic film star, Oscar Levant, now rebuilt by real estate tycoon, Nick Valentino, this impressive home is reminiscent of the French mansions in the South of France from the 1920s. The gated entryway provides privacy while also giving this house gorgeous curb appeal.
This great property is right next to Sunset Blvd., making it easier to get around town and for guests to come and go. The home has Mediterranean style architecture while the interior is classic and tasteful. Visit HGTV’s Front Door website for several pictures and full details.
With tennis courts and just over 15,000 square feet, this mansion is fit for a movie star. Sylvester Stallone lives in this 15 million dollar mansion that was built in 1994. Click this link to find out more about this Beverly Hills property.
This luxury mansion has a lot of square feet for being in the 90210 zip code and includes tennis courts, a pool, a gym, and two floors of dining space. This home has been priced at $19.5 M. Find out more about Madonna’s Beverly Hills mansion at Home Décor Design.
This Spanish Colonial style home in Beverly Hills was designed by Ralph C. Flewelling, an architect that has worked on other celebrity houses. Kelsey Grammer paid 6.5 million dollars for this giant piece of property. Find more pictures and the full story at Hooked on Houses dot com.
This is the third house that Charlie Sheen has bought in Mulholland Estates in Beverly Hills. When we say its his third house, we don’t mean he bought and then sold the other two. He currently owns three homes in the same area of Beverly Hills in addition to a home in Malibu. See more photos and read the full story at The Real Estalker dot com.
This Beverly Hills home is owned by Kim Kardashian who apparently values her privacy. This home features many details that shield from the paparazzi. Simple Form dot net has the details on their website.
This iconic home was used in the movie The Godfather and was a vacation spot for John F. Kennedy and his wife who spent their honeymoon here. For more photos and information about this amazing Beverly Hills home, check out Ealuxe.
While most people think that Candy Spelling’s Beverly Hills mansion is the most expensive house of all time, it never actually sold for the 150 million that she put it on the market for. Find the top expensive homes on Celebrity Net Worth dot com.
Meryl Streep has decided to sell the 1954 Research House in Beverly Hills that she bought only a year ago for a higher price. Find out more at Curbed LA.