The Paul McClean Mascolo Estate is another jaw-dropping home now on the market for those with FU money. It’s got a flashy interior and an extraordinary pool – a lazy river outfitted with a Palm island.
Paul McClean Mascolo Estate
Offered by Williams and Williams Estates for $58,000,000, this enormous modern mansion has a whopping 17,000 square feet of living space which includes 2 guest villas.
Sitting on 1.7 acres with a 300 foot driveway and ridiculously large motor court with room for 20 cars, you are greeted by a plaque claiming the mansion as a Mascolo Masterpiece.
That’s because the home was designed for Bruno and Kyara Mascolo, founders of Bed Head hair products. The Mascolo’s touch can be found throughout the home. They are the ones who added the anything-but-subtle bright reflective tiles on the entryway, making the front door resemble a resort entrance in Vegas.
Inside the home is filled with dramatic light fixtures, art and collectibles. Bruno Mascolo’s own oil paintings can be found along the foyer walls.
This modern estate is the vision of Paul McClean, an architect whose impressively large homes always include amazing swimming pools and water features. And this one has a doozy. A lazy river pool with has a Palm Island set inside of it wraps around the estate offering panoramic views of Los Angeles.
Outside fountains are programmed to music, designed by the same team who did the waterworks at the Bellagio in Las Vegas. The statues surrounding the lazy river are based on Marianela Nuñez and Thiago Soares, principal dancers of the Royal Ballet.
Beyond its flashy 2-story entry with dramatic circular staircases is an open living area with double height ceilings.
The upper level includes primary suite w/dual closets, spa like bath, gym, sauna & massage room. Like every other Los Angeles manse, this one has a state of the art theater and all the latest and greatest amenities.
Both collector’s, the home office features Bruno Mascolo’s collection of Star Wars figures and another room holds Kyara Mascolo’s collection of music memorabilia.
According to The Wall Street Journal, the Mascolo’s are selling the home because their children are grown up, and now they feel the place is too big for them.
Located at 9366 Flicker Way.
Asking price $58,000,000
Contact Williams and Williams for more information.