Acclaimed Architect Paul McClean-designed Pool Oasis On The Market For $94 Million

A Bel-Air tropical paradise.
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Paul McClean might not be a name you're all that familiar with, but the Irishman is well known among Hollywood circles as the go-to architect for the rich and famous, having built homes for Calvin Klein, the Winklevoss Twins as well as Beyoncé and Jay-Z. 

Once again working in conjunction with movie producer turned property developer, Nile Niami, McClean's latest creation is an AU$94 million pool paradise on Bel-Air’s coveted Carcassonne Drive.

Situated on two hillside acres, the 28,000-square-foot mansion is surrounded by a modern-day moat and is similar in design to a luxury tropical resort, although this one you have all to yourself. The main entry mirrors a hotel foyer, welcoming guests with its 25-foot high ceilings and a grand staircase that winds its way towards the second floor.

The home boasts nine bedrooms with the master bedroom so large it comes with a massive L-shaped couch and enough room to park a car (should you desire a decor a little something like this). 

It also features a huge dressing room and walk-in timber wardrobe. The family room comes with a fireplace and has retractable glass windows that can be opened to allow the sunlight to cascade in during those warm Californian afternoons. 

An ultra-modern 'chandelier' hangs above the kitchen's marble benchtop which also complements the marble floor. Occupants will also stumble across a 14-seater movie theatre with leather armchairs, a whopping 17 bathrooms, a spectacular glass wine cellar, hair salon, gym and a wellness spa with separate massage and yoga studios.

Beyond the whitewashed walls, the centrepiece of the property is a massive 50-metre  pool, a cascading water wall and a large outdoor entertaining area set against a backdrop of palm trees and manicured lawns.

For more information on this extravagant property visit compass.com and check out Paul McClean's new book McClean Designs: Creating The Contemporary House for more of his impressive work.

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