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Here's What $135 Million Gets You in Los Angeles Real Estate

The Wallingford Estate would be the most expensive home ever sold in the City of Angels if it goes for its asking price.
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Listed today for $135 million, the Wallingford Estate in Beverly Hills boasts a staggering 31,000-square-foot main house, with an additional 15,000 square feet among its other structures. Scroll down to see inside the property.

The mansion sits on five acres in the 90210 zip code.


It's a mere 10 minutes from the Beverly Hills Hotel and just 20 minutes from "LA's premier private airport," the Coldwell Banker listing notes.

The home was originally built to resemble "Le Petit Trianon," Marie Antoinette's château in Versailles.


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The Wall Street Journal notes that the current owner, developer Gala Asher, "bought the property for $22 million in 2016. Gala, whose wife Ginger Glass is the listing agent, has since upgraded it with "the latest in technology, home automation, lighting, audio, and video, with magnificently refined rooms and luxuriously designed outdoor spaces," press materials note.

Asher previously sold a spec house to Detroit Pistons owner and Platinum Equities CEO Tom Gores for $100 million.


There are 12 bedrooms and 24 bathrooms.


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There's also a 5,000-square-foot guest penthouse and a parking area large enough for 90 cars (including 10 garage spaces).

The home includes a sports complex with areas for basketball, paddle tennis/pickleball, weight training, cardio, and a boxing ring.


If you've got a spare $135 million, it could be yours.


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This story originally appeared on Townandcountrymag.com.
* Minor edits have been made by the Townandcountry.ph editors.

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