What $23,995,000 Gets You in Beverly Hills | MANSION TOUR

Take a look inside this newly constructed $24 Million Dollar listing – A Modern Beverly Hills home.
In this week’s episode we are in Beverly Hills Los Angeles touring a newly constructed modern mega mansion with some of the most incredible city views of Los Angeles! Comment below your favorite aspect of this one and if you want to see more Modern Bel Air Mansions or NYC Penthouses in future episodes of my series luxury listings!

Watch Aaron’s Video we filmed:

Follow The 8 Billion Dollar Agent Aaron Kirman on YouTube @Aaron Kirman
Aaron Kirman Instagram:

For any business inquiries please contact me at: partnerships@erikconover.com

Follow me on Social Media:

Filmed by: @One Shot Productions

Property Address: 1087 Marilyn Dr, Beverly Hills, CA 90210
Listing Link:
7 Bedrooms, 10 Bathrooms, 10,570 sq ft
Asking Price: $23,995,000
Developed by: Holland Ashrafnia
Listing Agent: Aaron Kirman & Holland Ashrafnia
For more information on Aaron & Hollands listings:

Property Description:
Moments from the Beverly Hills Hotel and Sunset Blvd, this new construction architectural triumph built by renowned developer Holland Ashrafnia, is the quintessential home for Southern California lifestyle. Meticulously designed by the Harrison Design Group and Colab House, this home rich in privacy perched above the street behind sound gates offers epic scale, cutting-edge smart home technology, and seamless indoor-outdoor flow. French steel doors transcend into a voluminous foyer connecting all common rooms with little resistance. This open floor plan with soaring ceilings feels airy, yet warm due to the home’s immaculate woodworking made from organic rift white oak. An effortless transition from the state-of-the-art kitchen, butlers pantry and formal dining room, invites an intimate yet ceremonial dining experience for all. The master suite offers views, a spectacular bath with dual vanities, his and hers closets, and a romantic private balcony. The one of a kind lower-level presents a gym, sauna, wine cellar, two en-suite bedrooms, and a home theatre with a bar. An estate designed for large-scale entertaining, walls of disappearing glass doors grant a spacious patio connected to a cozy and elegant terrace with an outdoor kitchen. Create memories gathering around a modern fire pit centered on a wooden deck, while enjoying the mesmerizing zero edge infinity pool above the spacious lawn. This coveted backyard sits beautifully landscaped and lined with multi-tiered blooming olive groves, creating your own private oasis. The H Group spared no expense developing this one of a kind masterpiece.

Channel Description: Welcome to the channel! Erik Conover is an American YouTuber, Real Estate Agent and adventure filmmaker living in New York City with his golden retriever puppy, Theodore. Conover creates lifestyle travel series featuring incredible destinations around the World, along with his million-dollar luxury listings series giving viewers exclusive access to some of the most beautiful luxury homes on the market.

0:00 – Intro
0:54 – Exterior Architecture
1:46 – Entryway / Home Office
3:13 -Great Room
4:29 – Chef’s Kitchen / Dining Room
6:52 – Family Room / Backyard
8:45 – Owners Wing
10:49 – Guest Bedrooms
11:40 – Entertainment Floor
13:51 – Additional Guest Bedrooms
15:31 – Interview with Holland the Developer

Filmed, Edited and Produced By EBC PRODUCTIONS LLC, 2021
#MansionTour #MegaMansion #LuxuryRealEstate

32 Replies to “What $23,995,000 Gets You in Beverly Hills | MANSION TOUR”

  1. Erik Conover

    It's all about the white oak! Happy Monday – in this weeks episode we are in Beverly Hills giving you a first look at this incredible newly developed home listed by Aaron Kirman! Comment your FAVORITE part of this home

  2. Jan Vazquez

    This is without a doubt one of the most beautiful mansions I have seen. I would definitely want a mansion like this in Tampa cause it is just so distinguished and so bright and open. It is without a doubt an inspiration. Good job Erik and good job Holland for making such a masterpiece. 👍❤️

  3. John Vincenti

    Amazing and gorgeous home that is impeccably designed and built… Beverly Hills, 2021 and beyond. Turn key, at 24M. I love it!

  4. JJF74

    I can tell by the production value of the video of how you created it has gone up. The different inset photos. I love all of the different wood panelings.

  5. Prince Thomas

    I trade features on a better exchange with less fee's. Speaking of FX trading, it's really one of the best business in the world right now, & I make money trading this Financial markets.

  6. HästenS avoir

    More of these Modern Traditional homes please. Would have preferred Grey matte tiles for the living rooms and dining space flooring. And some Black Oak doors to give contrast. All those White oaks really modernized the atmosphere. We need to throw out the Ultra modern boxes that feel like Museums. Btw if you want contemporary, go for the Dutch designed homes! They’re Geniuses.

  7. 1Post Daily

    Wonder can any of these developers build a tiny 1bd 1ba home at the calibre of this larger homes but affordable and make them look great with a budget of only 30K dollars…They would require a large thinking cap because its possible to achieve the look of this at that price point. I may prove it later if I am still around…. LOL

  8. Kareem Washington

    Incredible vibe to this home. Nice mix of materials & color palettes. Love the staging as well. If I had one gripe..not understanding the need for the scale of that laundry room unless u plan to put a lounge chair and tv there (but that’s nitpicking)..lol

  9. TonyStark121

    Absolutely beautiful AND functional. I would choose this over the cold marble bachelor pads I see all over LA. Amazing work Holland and great choice to tour this one Erik!

  10. Ian Duncan

    You give a really nice video tour of a beautiful house! 🙂 But can I just mention, there's no such thing as "Calcutta" marble. Calcutta's a city in India, the marble is called "Calacatta" marble and comes from Carrara, Italy, they're 2 very different things. The other thing is Taj Mahal is a quartzite, not a marble, which is an important distinction because marble is very soft and quartzite is super hard, which is an important factor when you're talking about kitchen counters that get a lot of use. Prospective buyers should just be given the right info.

  11. Jeremy Luke

    I hate how all those houses seem right on top of each other that’s over crowded California you could get a huge piece of land and private home someplace else for that price

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *