Four years in design and construction, this truly spectacular Georgian Transitional estate by architect Philip Vertoch and interior designer Lada Webster was completed in December. Gonzalez purchased the property as a teardown in 2016 for $7.1 million.
“It is a spectacular and unique estate on two-third of a flat acre in the most exclusive area of Beverly Hills, designed and built over 4 years with no limits to cost of finishes or quality of construction,” Hurwitz says. “Tony and October Gonzalez worked with the architect and designer to create the ultimate home that reflects their lifestyle, combining the ultimate in family living, complete with an incredibly charming playroom for their kids, and massive in home ‘classroom/Zoom room” with everything required for intimate entertainment or a gathering of hundreds of guests.”
The estate has a seven bedrooms and eight full and four half baths in nearly 13,000 square feet. There are also four fireplaces and an elevator that services all three floors, including a subterranean parking garage that holds up to eight cars. The property is being offered fully furnished.
“If you could look up consummate indoor/outdoor living in the dictionary you would see this house,” Hurwitz says. “Entire walls of Fleetwood glass doors disappear into walls to open up the entire first floor, including the chef’s kitchen, family room, formal dining room and fabulous pub room to the back of the estate, with sprawling grounds, tennis court, sparkling pool and spa, and a fantastic pool house with a complete bar and separate gym.”
In conjunction with his marketing team, Hurwitz has established a reputation for success that has built Hurwitz James Company into a global brand, with $3 billion in luxury estate listings in the U.S. and a dozen other countries.