Palazzo Di Amore, seems the perfect and most eccentric name for a mansion that’s just as perfect and eccentric. Located on the heart and soul of Beverly Hills, it sits the most passionate and Italian vibe mansion you’ll ever find in California. Today, Los Angeles Homes shows you some of its most amazing features, that will make you fall in love instantly.
Welcome to Palazzo Di Amore, a piece of paradise in the heart of California. This is the most majestic mansion that exists in this area, giving you an intense vibe of a harmony and peaceful mansion that could be located at a villa in Italy. It shares amazing characteristics that are amazingly perfect and with an incredible touch of luxury, as it is expected.
Exquisite mansions and ostentatious lifestyles are a constant element throughout the famous area of Beverly Hills, but there’s nothing quite like Palazzo Di Amore. This mansion is the true definition for luxurious homes, because it contains some of the best features, that will make you fall in love with this amazing mansion.
Palazzo Di Amore it’s inspired on the amazing concept of the luxurious Italian high-end lifestyle. Inside this mesmerizing property, it features amazing entertainment rooms such as a bowling alley, and a large theater to watch all the Hollywood films. Besides those incredible rooms, this mansion also presents a massive ballroom that contains a revolving dance floor, a massive guest house, a state-of-the-art wellness spa and a wine cellar.
This amazing mansion shares a 53,000-square-feet property where there it’s placed a tennis court, a vineyard that has six types of wine and a massive swimming pool. To complete the marvelous outside area, there are amazingly kept gardens, that demonstrate the most beautiful flora you’ll ever see. Palazzo Di Amore it’s just a few minutes away from Rodeo Drive, and its concept sits on a Mediterranean-style, with Spanish, Greek and Italian references.
Palazzo Di Amore was estimated in 195 million dollars, and it contains the incredible total number of 12 bedrooms and 23 bathrooms. The build and design behind this mesmerizing mansion was the project of developer Mohamed Hadid, designer Alberto Pinto and architect Bob Ray Offenhauser.