Fleur de Lys (Los Angeles, California)

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Fleur de Lys
General information
Type Private residence
Location Holmby Hills
Address 350 N Carolwood Dr, Los Angeles, California 90077
Completed 2002
Client David I. Saperstein
Technical details
Floor area 35,046 square feet (3,255.9 m2)
Design and construction
Architect Richardson Robertson III

Fleur de Lys is a mansion in Holmby Hills, Los Angeles, California.

Overview[edit]

Situated on five acres of land in Holmby Hills, the 45,000-square-foot (4,200 m2) property has twelve bedrooms, fifteen baths, a fifty-seat theater, a ballroom, a gym, a pool house, a 1,200-foot (370 m) running track, a tennis court and a guest house.[1][2] There is a 200-yard (180 m) driveway from the gate to the main house.[2][3]

The house was commissioned in 1996 and completed in 2002.[2] It was modelled after King Louis XIV's Palace of Versailles.[2] It was designed by architect Richardson Robertson III of Robertson Partners.[3]

It has 12 bedrooms, 15 bathrooms. Lot is 4.19 acres (1.70 ha) between Carolwood and Angelo Drives. Main entrance on Angelo drive. Total floor area is 35,046 square feet (3,255.9 m2).

Ownership[edit]

The original owners were David I. Saperstein and his wife Suzanne Saperstein.[2] Upon their divorce in 2004, his wife received the property in the settlement.[2][4] She put it on the market for US $125,000,000 (£78 million) in 2006.[2][5] On March 28, 2014, the house reportedly sold to a French billionaire for US $102 million in cash, the most expensive property ever sold in Los Angeles County at the time according to the Los Angeles Times.[6][7]

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Coordinates: 34°5.131′N 118°25.675′W / 34.085517°N 118.427917°W / 34.085517; -118.427917