In the classic tradition of the first grand estates of Bel Air and Holmby Hills, this recently completed estate compound provides a gracious and uncommon living experience. Exuding a Pennsylvania Dutch Colonial design, the home expertly merges the history and artistry of a bygone era with all the valued amenities of a modern domain. The main house of approximately twelve-thousand square feet is situated on a parcel of approximately one acre and is graced with six bedroom suites, formal living and dining rooms, a distinguished library, two family rooms, an atelier, a wine room, and theater area. Two detached guest houses, a pool court and pool pavilion, multiple garages, staff quarters and office, as well as catering kitchen complete the offering. The residence, outbuildings and spacious grounds stand collectively as perhaps the most exquisite compound ever created in is area.