One of the property’s flashiest features is a newly constructed, 15,000-square-foot two-story entertainment complex that’s completely separate from the main home. Opulence is still a key feature here. Limestone floors with maple and marble inlays, hand-painted ceilings and burl wood paneling adorn the structure.
Partying is its main purpose.
Perhaps the most striking room on the property, the entertainment complex’s full-blown discotheque features a state-of-the-art DJ booth, laser light system and gloriously expensive disco ball.
The ceiling is hand-painted with clouds, and the floor below it revolves. Views of downtown Los Angeles create a stunning backdrop.
Throwing the mother of all parties? Don’t worry about parking. There’s a 24-car garage for VIPs. Combined with outdoor parking, there’s enough space to accommodate 150 cars.