The Roman James-Designed Beverly Hills Mansion & Car Gallery
— Updated on 19 September 2020

The Roman James-Designed Beverly Hills Mansion & Car Gallery

— Updated on 19 September 2020

Conceptualised and designed by well-known Californian architect Roman James, this AU$65 million mansion in the prestigious flats of Beverly Hills is one for the true car enthusiasts among us.

Situated on 20,358 square feet of prime real estate, the two-story, five-bedroom, ten-bathroom home is not only decked out with designer interiors and state-of-the-art technology but is hiding one of the flashiest suburban car galleries in Tinseltown. 

The swish garage features a wrap-around projector screen backdrop and car turntables, with prospective owners of the property able to purchase any of the cars currently stored there, including a 2019 Aston Martin Vantage with red interiors, a 2016 Ultraviolet Porsche GT3 RS, a 2015 McLaren 650S and a 1988 Ferrari Testarossa.

Aside from the tricked out garage, this high-end property has a driveway paved with quartzite, a Fendi-designed kitchen, a spacious living room with a Hermes chandelier and an elevator connecting the two floors lined with crocodile leather. There’s also a theatre room hidden behind a mahogany bookcase, a fully stocked wet bar (which looks like an alcoholic version of an Aesop store) and a master bedroom with two ensuites.

Another notable amenity is the addition of the innovative Delos wellness system, ‘Darwin’. Touted as the world’s first home intelligence wellness platform, ‘Darwin’ is designed to improve residential health and wellbeing through a variety of methods, including purifying the air and water, adjusting light settings and calibrating sleep cycles. 

If that’s a bit too high-tech for your liking, you can always work out in the fully functional gym, take a dip in the pool with a swim-up bar or relax in the wellness and spa room.

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