Beverly Hills Luxury Homes and villas
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Real-estate investor Jeff Greene’s Palazzo di Amore in Beverly Hills is coming back on the market for $129 million.
The $1.5 million Allosaurus skeleton is situated at the entry of this Beverly Hills mansion and will remain there for an extra cost.
They include a dream home built by one of the peninsula's first developers on 3.17 acres land, an remarkable Rancho La Zaca, derived from an original 19th century Spanish Land Grant...
A game of bocce—on a private court just steps from a home filled with luxurious amenities—is the perfect way to pass the time during the last glorious weeks of summer and the first cool days of fall.
This Beverly Hills home is called the Upside Down House because the living spaces are on the top floor and the bedrooms are located on a lower floor that is built into a hillside.
With design-forward hotels popping up on every corner of the globe, it can sometimes be hard to choose where to land—and even harder to leave at the end of your stay.