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A fash­ion­ista cou­ple is sell­ing their up­dated and re­fur­bished home in Los An­ge­les’ most de­sir­able district. Richard War­ren takes a look

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A fash­ion­ista cou­ple is sell­ing their up­dated and re­fur­bished home in Los An­ge­les’ most de­sir­able district

port­fo­lio also in­cludes homes for Frank Si­na­tra and Lu­cille Ball. The Azrias have spent a size­able for­tune up­dat­ing the prop­erty, so the classical build­ing now ac­com­mo­dates a se­ries of strik­ingly con­tem­po­rary in­te­ri­ors with mul­ti­ple wow-fac­tors, such as a nine-me­tre-tall chan­de­lier in the en­trance hall and a plat­inum ceil­ing in­stal­la­tion in one of the re­cep­tion rooms. And there’s a 6,000sqft cinema build­ing with its own snack bar.

The prop­erty’s ex­pan­sive, open-plan re­cep­tion rooms of­fer ex­ten­sive views of the grounds, which can be ac­cessed through French doors to pro­vide a larger party space. The re­cep­tion ar­eas down­stairs and bed­rooms up­stairs lead to ter­races and bal­conies that run the width of the prop­erty, en­abling res­i­dents and guests to en­joy the in­door/out­door lifestyle Cal­i­for­ni­ans love.

In the grounds are Eng­lish, French, Ja­panese and Moroc­can gar­dens and herb plots, plus a ten­nis court, out­door din­ing area, guest­house, and a swim­ming pool with a Moroc­can-style bath­house fea­tur­ing a spa and sauna.

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