A 38,000 s/f 10 bedroom, 20-bath home build on the former estate of superstar Barbra Streisand is or sale at $150 million.
Coldwell Banker Previews International is listing the estate at 301 Carolwood Drive in Los Angeles, one of the most exclusive streets in the world.
The new residence, listed by Ginger Glass, is set on the legendary grounds of the former Mon Rêve estate owned in the past by Streisand.
The famous street has been home to Walt Disney, Clark Gable, Gregory Peck and Frank Sinatra.
Rod Stewart called Carolwood Drive home, as did Sonny and Cher, Tony Curtis and Elvis Presley.
The estate includes a private hiking trail, “multiple guest structures,ˮ a lounge, wine room and movie theater complex with valet entrance and parking for more than fifty cars in addition to a ten-car garage.
The spa level has an indoor water wall spilling into a lap pool and a hot tub, a hair salon, manicure/pedicure area, steam and massage rooms.
The master suite spans approximately 5,300 square feet, including a private heated covered patio.There is also a basketball court and tennis court.
Megalith Capital Management and Urban Realty Partners announced an agreement with Stellar International Art Foundation for a fine art exhibit to be showcased in the lobby of 200 Water Street in Dumbo.
The piece that will be displayed is Blue for No Reason, a 2005 painting by artist Damien Hirst featuring butterflies and household gloss on canvas.
“200 Water Street pays tribute to its rich history through the use of brick, concrete and steel and we are pleased to be supplementing this unique experience with celebrated artwork that future residents will have the chance to appreciate,” said Sam Sidhu, CEO and founder of Megalith.
“The ceiling of the lobby reaches 14 feet, making it an ideal location to display such a magnificent painting.”
Stellar International Art Foundation features the private collection of the Choudhrie family, based in London and New Delhi.
The Foundation comprises more than 600 works dating from the late 19th century to the present day, including international artists and ranging from paintings to sculptures.
Born in 1965, Hirst is an English artist and prominent member of Young British Artists, a group dominating the art scene in the 1990s. He was awarded the Turner Prize in 1995.