This Brentwood Villa it’s wonderfully inspired on the design of a typical Italian mansion. It was once the residence of Saturday Night Live’s actor James Belushi, and has been relisted for 28$ million. Today, Los Angeles Homes lets you in on this great mansion, and unveils the luxurious amenities within.
This Brentwood Villa it’s an absolute dream come true, located on one of the most famous neighborhoods in Los Angeles – Brentwood. Once the residence of the famous actor, James Belushi, it’s again on the market for 28$ million. It was purchased ten years ago, by the actor and his wife. After this purchase, they renovated this mansion making it the project of the designer Michael S. Smith and architect Oscar Shamamian.
The amazing Italian-style Brentwood Villa contains six bedrooms, eleven bathrooms and a massive living and dining room, as center of the home. There’s also room for a study/library, kitchen, and an incredible theater, that’s great for entertainment. Through the kitchen and living room, that are French doors that transport you to a pergola-topped patio, with an outdoor fireplace.
Around this Brentwood Villa, you can discover these incredible features but there’s one thing that maintains throughout every room: the concept. The rustic Italian Villa style décor establishes itself everywhere. On the outdoor property, there’s a massive garden, that features incredible fountains, fruit trees and a state-of-the-art spa.
There’s also a majestic swimming pool, that is located right next to a pool house, with a jacuzzi and a fabulous guesthouse, that’s further from the main garden. The pool house’s terrace, has a view over the amazing garden, that was designed by Mia Lehrer. Of course, that there’s also a wine cabinet, that is part of a wall of the bar on the lower level, in this Brentwood Villa.
As far as the dining room goes, Oscar Shamamian designed the millwork and installed bookshelves to give the dining room a library touch. The master bedroom of this Brentwood Villa it’s located on the second floor, with hand-painted walls. This purpose is to give the room a kind of depth, alongside with an alabaster light fixture from Charles Edwards.