The new listing is currently the most expensive on a street called Billionaire's Row

By Mackenzie Schmidt
May 04, 2017 12:38 PM

The most expensive home in Beverly Hills has just come on the market with an asking price of $100 million.

The property, known simply as Opus, has every amenity a luxury buyer would expect, and several they couldn’t have dreamed up if they tried. Seven bedrooms and eleven bathrooms can be found within the 20,500-square-foot home, which keeps a surprisingly low profile for all it hides. But space is hardly its most impressive feature.


The mansion includes a champagne “vault” designed specifically to hold 170 gilded bottles of Cristal. Though, the listing notes, overflow can be stored in the 944-bottle, glass-enclosed display that surrounds the dining room.

Downstairs, the 10-car “museum” comes stocked with a gold Rolls-Royce Dawn and Lamborghini Aventador roadster, should the buyer’s collection be lacking. The cars are included in the asking price.

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Two swimming pools, a 20-foot waterfall, a wellness center, and a full-service salon round out the offerings.

But listing agent Drew Fenton of Hilton & Hyland doesn’t have to rely on a list of spectacular features to sell this one — it’s making its debut with a full-on theatrical trailer. The safe-for-work version is above. (The not-so-SFW cut can be found here.)

Credit: Jim Bartsch/courtesy Hilton & Hyland

The steamy videos, which show an imagined homeowner writhing around in bed and swimming naked in a pool, are meant to evoke “a modern day Cleopatra complete with golden ladies in waiting” and give potential buyers “a sneak peek into a life where the boundaries are limitless,” according to a release from the firm.


Movie producer turned developer Nile Niami, who has also designed homes for P. Diddy and the Winklevoss twins, created the house and the visual ode to Opus.

“As night falls on Opus, the house has a very alluring and undeniably sexy vibe that needed to be captured,” he says of his vision for the video. “I kept telling the director ‘Go darker… go sexier….’ and was thrilled to see the results — a woman who is transformed and empowered by the beauty of Opus.”

The neighborhood is known as Billionaire’s Row, according to Hilton & Hyland. Luckily, we know a couple of suitable buyers who are in the market.