Beverly Hills is renowned for its reputation as a residence for the rich and famous. High on glamour and opulence, the city is also known by one of its primary ZIP codes, 90210. Let’s take a look inside one of the mansions at 1181 N Hillcrest Rd, Beverly Hills, CA 90210. Recently bought by $70 million to Swedish billionaire Markus Persson, it is crowned as the most expensive house ever in Beverly Hills.

1181-north-hillcrest_most_expensive_beverly_hills_home_1Sold by a leading residential brokerage company, John Aaroe Group, the mansion comes as a completely furnished paradise. Spanning over 23,000 square-foot, the home is set against a backdrop of sweeping panoramic views from Downtown Los Angeles to the shores of Malibu. With a mission to create the single most exciting private home in California, the world-class creative team has pushed the territories of today’s luxury home.

1181-north-hillcrest_most_expensive_beverly_hills_home_2Located in the premium Trousdale Estates neighborhood, every inch of the mansion boasts of over-the-top interiors. Right from luxurious furnishings and high-end art works, the house with eight bedrooms and 15 bathrooms has much more than what $70 million can get. A replica of James Dean’s motorcycle and a chromed Ma Deuce machine gun are just a few of the art works strategically placed around the den.

1181-north-hillcrest_most_expensive_beverly_hills_home_3 1181-north-hillcrest_most_expensive_beverly_hills_home_8The owner can raise a toast for fine living at the vodka and tequila bars, satiate sweet cravings at the candy room as well as watch movies and shows at the 18-seat tiered screening room. A state-of-the-art kitchen and an beautiful 18-foot onyx dining room table for 24 along with place settings by Roberto Cavalli at a cost of $3,700 each can come in great use to throw a party at home.

1181-north-hillcrest_most_expensive_beverly_hills_home_4Also an automated 54 foot curved glass door in the living room opens onto an infinity pool with iPad-controlled fountains and stunning views. Fitted with three high-definition 90-inch television screens, panoramic views of Los Angeles from the roof are projected right into the down stairs lounge.

1181-north-hillcrest_most_expensive_beverly_hills_home_5Luxury super cars can be kept on display right inside the house!

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