This over-the-top $100 million mansion comes with a gold Lamborghini and a Rolls-Royce

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The pool deck offers amazing views of the city.
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Apparently, over-the-top speculative homes are the flavor of the month in Los Angeles. Just weeks after a $250 million mansion was unveiled in Bel Air, another fully decked-out home joins it with a similarly hefty price tag.

This seven-bedroom, 11-bathroom mega mansion in Beverly Hills costs $100 million and comes with a gold Lamborghini, a Rolls-Royce, two original Damien Hirst paintings, and an Andy Warhol portrait of Muhammad Ali.

Dubbed “Opus,” the luxury home is perched above Los Angeles with a view of the city and the Pacific Ocean. It’s the brainchild of ex-movie producer turned real estate developer Nile Niami, who has built homes for rapper Sean Diddy and the Winklevoss twins.

Opus is the precursor to Niami’s “The One,” a Bel Air development that will reportedly list for $500 million.

“It has some of the same amenities, but they’re both unique properties with different vibes and a completely different demographic of buyers,” Niami said to Business Insider.


This 20,500-square-foot mansion sprawls across an acre of land on elite cul-de-sac Hillcrest, where lots sell for between $32 and $50 million each. “It has always been known as the best area of Trousdale. The people who lived on that cul-de-sac never moved, so the street was never for sale,” Niami said. Trousdale Estates is a community in Beverly Hills. “When the opportunity came up, I knew I had to build there.”

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On one side of the main living room is a retractable glass wall that opens up onto a sweeping view of Downtown Los Angeles and the Pacific Ocean. On the other, a TV comes down from the wall and rotates a full 360 degrees. It allows you to watch TV and admire the view at the same time, Niami said.

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The house includes a contemporary art collection with three Damien Hirst originals and an Andy Warhol portrait of Muhammad Ali.

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Also included in the hefty $100 million price tag are two gold sports cars: the Lamborghini Aventador Spyder and the Rolls-Royce Dawn. These cars are kept in a car museum with space for eight more vehicles.

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There’s a Champagne vault with 170 bottles of Cristal just ready and waiting for the new owner to arrive.

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The lavish “wine dining room” has 944 bottles on display as well as Roberto Cavalli flooring, which runs throughout the house.

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The price includes all of the furniture and art.

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The master suite has dual closets and baths. You can gaze at the city through large floor-to-ceiling windows. “I wanted to build the buyer a bedroom where they would wake up to an unobstructed Los Angeles sunrise every morning,” Niami said.

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Niami has created a luxurious wellness center with hot and cold plunge pools, a steam and massage room, and a beauty salon that has all the facilities in place to have beauty treatments done at home.

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There are two swimming pools. One is indoors …

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… and the other is outside, so you can take in the view.

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The owner will have unobstructed views of the city because there are no rooftops or houses below, Niami said.

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Opus is hidden behind large gold gates on this exclusive cul-de-sac. “You’ve got some great neighbors you can borrow sugar from,” Niami said. “You’ve got the highest concentration of wealth and land value of any street in LA.”

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Minecraft creator Markus Persson bought a $70 million home on the same street in 2014, and the estate formerly owned by Danny Thomas recently sold for $65 million.