You know the creator of BCBG womenswear is going to have a fabulous closet — and now that Max Azria and his wife, Lubov, have listed their Los Angeles estate, there are pictures to prove it.
The couple is asking $85 million for the 17-bedroom, 22-bath manor, which sits on 2.8 acres that include five distinct gardens — French, Japanese, English, Moroccan and herb — plus a tennis court with its own elevated, clubhouse-style viewing box and two glass-enclosed greenhouses, one for produce and another that’s been converted into a gym.
The 30,000-square-foot estate boasts a walk-in refrigerator and a 6,000-square-foot movie theater with its own snack and popcorn bar.
There’s also a 2,500-square-foot office with a gold-leaf ceiling, The Wall Street Journal reports, and separate guest quarters situated around the property, while a zero-edge pool sits alongside a Moroccan bathhouse with a sauna, steam shower and spa.
The Azrias paid $16 million for the estate in 2005. They bought it from a blind trust that, months earlier, had bought it from writer and producer Sidney Sheldon.
Jaime Cuevas, Billy Rose and Mauricio Umansky of The Agency hold the listing.