Jeff Hyland and Drew Fenton are thrilled to present The Glazer Estate, located in Beverly Hills, California. Totaling approximately 27,500 square feet, the massive concrete home with a modern museum-style aesthetic was completed in 1995, and has since replaced the longtime home Dean Martin originally purchased in the 1950s. The property was most recently owned by late real estate developer Guilford Glazer and his wife, Diane Glazer.
“Offering an exclusive Beverly Hills lifestyle, this rare gem is the ultimate in refinement and architectural prowess,” Hyland says.
Beautifully situated on 1.6+ acres in the most prime neighborhood of Beverly Hills real estate, Mountain Drive is arguably the best street in the city, making The Glazer Estate a world-class home in a world-class location.
Guests are instantly greeted by a long, private driveway surrounded by park-like grounds. With no expense spared, The Glazer Estate makes entertaining on a grand-scale seamless, with the ability to host over 1,000 guests.
From large teak doors to a two-story atrium and theatrical water elements, only the highest level of quality is showcased throughout the residence. The open floor plan allows guests to flow between the grand formal dining room to the glass-enclosed junior dining room, formal living room, and an exceptional water lounge surrounded by ponds on all sides.
The lavish master retreat is a world unto itself, with dual baths and closets. Other standout amenities include indoor and outdoor pools as well as a ballroom.
Photos courtesy of Jim Bartsch
All photos courtesy of Jeff Elson.
By Kristen Ordonez
Sometimes the most striking features of a house lie within its history and are revealed through the owners who called it home. For this mansion located on 1023 N Roxbury Drive in Beverly Hills, a rich history was one of the key characteristics that kept buyers interested.
“Some of the biggest names in the entertainment industry have taken up residence on this gorgeous property over the years,” says listing agent Myra Nourmand of Nourmand & Associates. Among its previous occupants are Hollywood legends Agnes Moorehead, (“Bewitched”) and Spencer Tracy (“Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner”). “A who’s who show of business legends have walked the halls of this grand estate – it is a veritable Walk of Fame. The people who have lived in the mansion would agree that this is the ultimate California dream.”
Selling for $16 million earlier this year, which was close to the original listing price of $18.5 million, Nourmand first put the property on the market in 2015. The home was then sold off-market, six months after the listing had expired, to an entrepreneur, according to the agent.
Certainly, though, the most intriguing aspects of the house lie in its design and architecture. The Mediterranean-style mansion is fronted by a circular driveway, manicured lawn and rows of lush palm trees. Inside is a gated, eight-bedroom, seven-bath, villa-like home that boasts a grand two-story entry, step-down living room with vaulted ceilings, and formal dining room with hand-painted murals on the coffered ceiling. The master suite also has painted murals on the ceiling, dual baths and dual closets.
Other features include a media and billiards room with a full wet bar downstairs, which raises the potential for “an awesome man cave,” Nourmand notes. The guest cabana suite by the pool has a sitting room and large full bath. The courtyard is perfect for entertaining and offers a pool with a spa, as well as a lighted tennis court.
Along with its famous ownership history, the location of the property adds to the overall character of the home, making it a “star” on its own. “North Roxbury Drive is an iconic street that many of Hollywood’s legendary stars have called home, and is still one of the most desirable streets in Beverly Hills,” Nourmand affirms.
Set in the prestigious “Golden Flats,” one of the best-situated neighborhoods in Beverly Hills on the south side of Sunset Boulevard is “Maison 613,” a French chateau-style home that paints immersive luxury with design elegance. When it comes to Beverly Hills real estate, it’s all about the Flats now — an area that has skyrocketed into multiple-acre price points and where some of the most expensive homes are offered. Yet, nothing compares to this French-infused California residence, which aspires to culminate in one of the most expensive sales in the Golden Flats.
Although recently completed at the end of 2016, “Maison 613” already offers a dense history of creation. The home was born from the collaborative vision of the late Norbert Gehr, successful businessman and founder/CEO of the Los Angeles-based The Gehr Group, and famed designer Roy Sklarin, who became involved with the project 19 years ago, after Gehr purchased the property. At the time, the property housed a 1920s Beverly Hills original, but now, a 21,000-square-foot-plus French beacon stuns on one of the deepest lots in the neighborhood…
Listed for $13.85 million, a Beverly Hills home is not only flaunting its impressive 6,400 square feet, but also its ability to be seen from any prospective buyer in the world. Nourmand & Associates is introducing branded virtual reality googles, allowing buyers to view the house from their location.
The estate was home to late talent agent Freddie Fields, and was the hot spot of many star-studded parties and the epicenter of Hollywood’s social scene. The beautiful 6-bedroom, 9-bathroom home is listed by Rochelle Atlas Maize, executive director of the luxury estate division at Nourmand & Associates.
“We’re proud to be at the forefront of integrating virtual reality into the luxury real estate sector,” added Maize. “Beverly Hills has always been a global marketplace. While beautiful photos, videos and drones will continue to be staples, there is nothing like VR to truly convey the atmosphere and details of each home that I represent.”
The Beverly Hills house can be toured by one without leaving their living room. Maize has engaged the world of virtual reality, creating branded VR googles, which allow users to view the home in a three-dimensional perspective. This pioneering technology allows buyers to virtually tour the listing, no matter the distance between them and the estate.
“This home is a landmark – and along with its history, the home is located in one of the most desirable neighborhoods of Beverly Hills,” said Maize. “The home has been beautifully maintained, from the original etched glass windows to a wooden banquet, the characteristics very much embody the Golden Era.”
For over 40 years, Nourmand & Associates have represented celebrities, entertainment attorneys, and high net worth individuals. Offices can currently be found in Beverly Hills, Brentwood and Hollywood.
Photo credit to Simon Berlyn – Berlyn Photography Inc.