This majestic Mediterranean-style villa is spectacular even for Beverly Hills. Properties of this caliber rarely make it onto the real estate market, and when they do they always bear the most intimidating prices ever. The location, the architecture, the design, and the amenities are all flawless and befitting royalty. And to top it all off, it also has the most alluring name ever: who wouldn’t want to live in a Palazzo di Amore?

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While the overall styling is undeniably classic, the residence also benefits from countless contemporary perks, such as state-of-the-art security systems, a chef’s kitchen with top-notch appliances, a private spa, an elevator, and pretty much any lavish thing you could think of.

To reach the actual mansion, one needs to pass through three grand sets of double gates and go by a separate security guard house. The drive is a quarter of a mile long, and it welcomes guests with superb vineyard landscapes. Upon entering the majestic residence, visitors get an immediate feel of the sort of lifestyle this home provides: the two-story entry with twin staircases is flooded by natural light from the skylights above, and it is virtually clad in marble.

There are 12 bedrooms and a whopping 23 bathrooms spread throughout the grand house, as well as many other private and public areas. The list continues with an elegant living room, a dining room, a separate breakfast room, a family room, a game room, a 3,000-bottle wine cellar, a stunning kitchen with commercial walk-in refrigerator, and separate staff areas.

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The master suite alone has 5,000 square feet of plush space, which includes generous his and hers bathrooms, as well as showroom-grade walk-in wardrobes. To help you get a more accurate picture of just how luxurious this home is, the VIP suite has silk upholstered walls, as well as its own kitchen.

The rest of the property is just as impressive, with perfectly manicured gardens, inviting terraces, and a 128-foot reflecting pool. Then there is the 15,000-square-foot entertainment complex. It holds two levels of fun and excitement, with crazy amenities, such as a party laser light system, a two-lane bowling alley, and an amazing home theater with seating for 50 guests. Oh, and let us not forget the 150-car parking space.

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