This is how billionaires live? Glance inside this real estate tycoon’s California digs – AOL

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A lavish mansion, named The Reserve, has landed on the real estate market in Los Angeles for $85 million.

The 10-bedroom, 17-bathroom residence is owned by billionaire Nick Candy, a British property mogul, Bloomerg.com reports.


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“Constructed in 1959 and modified over the last two decades, The Reserve was recently refined by a team of expert designers and international craftsmen, who have carefully expanded the estate to fulfill its potential as a truly outstanding property for both entertaining and intimate family life. In perfect harmony with the surrounding landscape, this preeminent West Coast estate was founded on a deep engagement with the worlds of architecture and interior design,” the listing on The Agency says.

Features of the chic 11,000-square-foot property include:

  • Art Deco gates

  • High ceilings

  • Old Hollywood style bar

  • Theater

  • Children’s playroom

  • Spa

  • Gym

  • Swimming pool

  • Tennis court

  • Grand pavilion

There is also a “luxurious” five-bedroom guest house.

According to Mansion Global, Candy’s brother, Christian Candy, bought the vast property in 2013 for $24 million before selling it to his brother in 2018.

“It truly is a timeless masterpiece and trophy property,” The Agency said in a statement, according to Mansion Global.

Nick Candy is the co-founder of the design firm Candy London, along with a “multi-stage investment firm” named Candy Ventures, The Marque says.

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