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Check Out This Beautiful Los Angeles Home

The palatial ensemble, harmoniously composed by renowned maestro and architect Richard Landry in 1991, echoes a Baroque concerto, resplendent with gilded notes and a chorus of French marble. Acquired then for a modest $12 million, the epic 28,000-square-foot composition has expanded over three opulent acts, with highlights including nine bedrooms, a dozen bathrooms, and a 4,500-square-foot guest overture. The grounds, a verdant sonnet dedicated to leisure, host not only a full-size soccer pitch but also a paradisiacal pool. A grand tour through the home reveals a scene of lavish soirées in the vast dining hall, clandestine whispers in the speakeasy, and cultural interludes in the wood-paneled library.

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