Most Expensive Homes in the World: Beverly Hills

twitter.com ; twitter.com ; **** This video is the final piece to our Master’s Thesis from the University of Southern California’s Annenberg School for Communication. It is a web series concept created and copywritten by Steve Gatena and Andrew McNeil. This video was originally done for realtor Christophe Choo from Coldwell Banker of Beverly Hills. We want to thank our professor Ben Lee, USC, as well as all of our sponsors Five Four Clothing, Helinet Aviation and O’Gara Coach for making this possible. Fight on! 1. William Randolph Hearst Estate Located on North Beverly Drive in Beverly Hills, this gorgeous home was recently on the market for 160000000. Originally purchased in 1925 by Milton Getz vice president of Union Bank and Trust, this property was sold in 1947 to newspaper Czar William Randolph Hearst and film star Marion Davies. The original property was designed by architect Gordon Kaufman and landscape architect Paul Thiene in 1927. 2. La Belle Vie Currently on the market for 000000, this home is located behind lower Bel Air’s east gate. The current owner acquired the property in the late 80’s and hired renowned architect Michael CF Chan and designer Bebe Winkler to build the existing mansion modeled after French Second Empire Architecture. La Belle Vie includes a private Clinton Suite, home to President Bill Clinton during his Los Angeles visits. 3. Playboy Mansion Likely one of the most infamous homes in the world, the Playboy Manson was purchased by Playboy
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SantaFeProperties.com MLSNumber: 201101361 Property Type: Residential Price: 9000 Beds: 2 Baths: 1 Sq. Ft.: 1346 Number of Acres: 0.19 City: Madrid Address: 24 Backroad Description: Restored and expanded historic home in Madrid Village bordered on the South and East by County greenbelt. This home offers an expanded living area with multiple patio doors leading to a large deck overlooking the greenbelt. With cozy wood stove and passive solar design, the home is full of natural sunlight. 300 square foot walk-out basement with electric and gas in place. Extensive native landscaping on drip irrigation and French drain system. Walk out from the greenbelt to County Open Space, to the restored Oscar Huber Ballpark, or into the historic village. Madrid is the largest visitors stop along the Scenic Turquoise Trail due to its quaint shops, galleries and multiple restaurants. Rural village living less than 30 minutes to Santa Fe with multiple amenities within walking distance and a true sense of community. This is one of the ready-to-go conventional homes in the village. For more information on this listing, please contact: Listing Agent Cindy Sheff 505-982-4466 Broker Santa Fe Properties 505-982-4466 inquiries@santafeproperties.com SantaFeProperties.com Serving the Santa Fe New Mexico Area —————————– Are you a real estate broker and want to see your listings on YouTube? Call us at 877-700-2519, visit http or email sales@cevado.com. The data relating to real
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25 Replies to “Most Expensive Homes in the World: Beverly Hills”

  1. At a certain moment, someone in your family will inherit one of the houses because generation after generation, somebody is connected to somebody that owns the house and dies.

    Who know’s it’s future child.

  2. Pssshh…none of these houses are even remotely as large and fancy as my butler’s butler’s servant’s servant’s maid’s secretary’s chef’s gardener’s servant’s butler’s backyard tool shed.

  3. @Estebanfuturo is hugh hefner happy? haha but true with only a few of the wealthy people lol

  4. @maloney4lfc no infact will smith has a god complex he believes hes better then every one else almost like a god, hence the god complex. it is very commen with celebritys. not all though.

  5. @twistedmadlard I live in a rooming house and I’m happy, but I still like seeing how the other half lives.

  6. Wait.. yeah with this year .. uhum.. okay.. finaly i got it!
    I need to work 1000 Years to afford a house for 100 million dollars! šŸ˜€

  7. soulless homes for soulless people – the Spelling house is perhaps the worst –

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