After a dramatic seven-year renovation, an $87 million mansion hits the market in Bel-Air
- 777 Sarbonne Road in the Bel-Air section of Los Angeles recently hit the market with an asking price of $87,777,777.
- Many of the home’s architectural details were designed in measurements that are multiples of seven, and it took seven years to renovate the property.
- The Bel-Air mansion’s makeover was nearly a total teardown, its owner said. Only one wall from the old house is still standing.
- The home’s dramatic view of Los Angeles is protected by an easement.
Seven is a magical number for one of Bel-Air’s priciest spec homes.
The glass and marble palace located at 777 Sarbonne Road in Los Angeles hit the market last month with an asking price of $87,777,777.
The triple sevens in its address and price tag are just the beginning. Many of the home’s architectural details were designed in measurements that are multiples of seven.