The 30,000-square-foot Holmby Hills home features a dentist’s office and an operating room in addition to 19 bathrooms and a bowling alley.
One of South Mapleton Drive’s biggest pocket listings has just closed, sources familiar with the deal tell The Hollywood Reporter. It’s been dubbed The Fendi Casa because the 30,000-square-foot spec home is entirely furnished in Fendi furniture and accessories. The property has sold for “somewhat below” its asking price of $65 million to an unidentified Saudi buyer, according to one insider.
Developed by former film producer turned A-list spec home builder Nile Niami, the man behind many of the Bird Street’s biggest structures (including the 8,000-square-foot contemporary on Tanager purchased by the Winklevoss brothers for $18 million in 2012), this Holmby Hills project took spec-home building to a new level.