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Home of the future in Beverly Hills listed for $42.000.000

1201 Laurel Way mansion has been an epitome of quintessential California living experience for years – and now it’s looking for a new owner. The spectacular Beverly Hills smart home, which has one of the most breathtaking views on Los Angeles, is now selling for $42.000.000. That’s just a kind of property the winner of $110.000.000 Powerball jackpot deserves – play now and it could be yours!

This remarkable achievement in high-end custom home design is the result of years of visionary excellence, devotion and patience of its owner and developer Richard Papalian, designer Michael Palumbo and architect Marc Whipple. It was Papalian’s vision to create a home with effortless flow from room to room and from inside to outside, where it’s “difficult to tell where the interior space begins or ends and where the outdoor space takes over.”

house of the future californiaThe 11.200-square-foot mansion is surrounded by a moat which leaves an impression it’s situated on an island with view of the water from every door and window. Even though the house offers an awe-inspiring panoramic view on the entirety of Downtown Los Angeles, Catalina, and the coastline of California, its interior is as impressive.

house of the future californiaThe residence features six bedrooms including master suite with private terrace, ten bathrooms, glass walls, stone and marble floors, media room with home theatre, personal gym, 1.000-bottle wine cellar swimming pool, zen garden and much more. 

house of the future californiaNot only is it easy on the eyes, but Laurel Way home is also a dream come true for all high-tech aficionados – it was described as “a home of the future” by Fox News in 2013 and for a reason. The mega mansion was designed with the latest technology and pretty much everything inside it can be controlled via an iPad, including wine cellar, curtains and the lights.

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