Most people know that Los Angeles is a sprawling city with sizeable lots spread through countless pocket neighborhoods and suburbs. Even in truly central Los Angeles neighborhoods like Hancock Park, you can find a half acre of land for a few million dollars.
Still, it’s hard to believe that a single Beverly Hills property on the market boasts 25 acres.
Built in 2002, The Palazzo di Amore (or “Palace of Love”) is 225,224 square feet with 12 bedrooms and 23 bathrooms. The master suite alone is a whopping 5,000 square feet. The property also features a guest house, formal gardens, a spa, 128-foot long reflecting pool, tennis court, drivers quarters, a guard house, and its own vineyard.
Double gates greet visitors who must then drive a quarter of a mile to make it to the front entrance, which features an Italian-made fountain carved of Carrara marble. There is a 27 car garage and 150 additional parking spaces.
See more photos of the Palace of Love below…
If this property sells, it will take the title of most expensive from an 18-acre estate in East Hampton. Sold for $147 million to hedge fund manager Barry Rosenstein, the neighborhood is also home to Jerry Seinfeld.