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“L.A.’s Best Ocean Views”

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Can a super contemporary home with views stretching from the San Gabriel Mountains to the Channel Islands and a master bath that, according to the listing agent, “rivals a seven-star resort” get any better? Add in an infinity pool, outdoor tequila bar, champagne-tasting room, glass elevator, water features similar to Disneyland, a DJ table on hydraulics, koi pond, and some of the best views in Los Angeles. Palazzo di Vista in the city’s Bel Air neighborhood is for sale with a unique asking price of $87,777,777. The number seven has been incorporated in the home several times in addition to the price, including bedrooms (there are seven) and measurements.

Reconstructive surgeon-to-the-stars, Alex Kadavi, made his fortune keeping the beautiful people looking their best. His success in the cosmetic-medical field made it possible to fulfill one of his dreams: design and build, in collaboration with Ali Rad Design Group, ‘Palazzo di Vista,’ a contemporary-futuristic home that includes a first-of-its-kind, multi-sensory art gallery. It is located on top of a promontory in Bel Air with some of L.A.’s best views.

Kadavi’s home is sited on a bit over one acre with seven bedrooms and eleven baths, which includes a master wing with a floating wrap-around deck and the “seven-star resort” bath. There is a glass-walled wine room, multiple dining venues both inside and out, a theater large enough for a crowd, additional lounge areas and a suspended glass floor walkway. The kitchen is large and minimalist in design and is open to the outdoors with two glass walls. There is also a detached guest house. The NFTs and physical artwork are not included in the listing price but are negotiable.

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