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Opus - last villa in the Billionaire's row
Luxury homes are not so rare, as they once were...
But still, there are only a few sitting around that can be extracted from the mass of others, radiating all its glamor and grandeur, like this one villa in Beverly Hills about which we write this time, and that costs a whopping $ 100 million.
This magical villa is located at the end of the "billionaire row". Although it is nowhere near the most expensive villa of the United States, when we look at the price, because the most expensive cost 250 million dollars, it's definitely not far behind when it comes to luxury and amenities offered.
Named Opus, this villa reportedly has the most spectacular views of Los Angeles, which extends all the way to the Pacific Ocean. It has seven bedrooms, eleven bathrooms and Automobile Museum. Yes, you heard right, a car museum! What's more, this museum comes "furnished" - rather, it consists of a gold Lamborghini Aventador Roadster and a gold Rolls Royce Dawn.
The entire surface of the villa has Roberto Cavalli floors and Longhi doors, wrapped in velvet and leather. It is perfect for those who often have guests and it offers home theater with 15 seats, two swimming pools, a vault with 170 bottles of Cristal champagne and two fully equipped bars.
The price of the villa also includes a collection of contemporary art, Damien Hirst's paintings worth over two million dollars, and there is a portrait of the legendary boxer Muhammad Ali, which was created by Andy Warhol. We are sure that the owners of the villa will enjoy its luxury kitchen and beauty salon.
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