The Californication House – 1851 N Stanley Ave, Los Angeles, CA, USA 🇺🇸

Inside a $38 million LA Mansion Inspired by James Bond 007

  • Name: The Californication House
  • Bedrooms: 6
  • Bathrooms: 10
  • Size: 13,000 sq. ft.
  • Lot: 0.52 acres
  • Built: 2023
  • Price: $38,000,000 USD – (09/27/2023)

Experience the pinnacle of Los Angeles luxury with “The Californication House,” a masterful new mid-century modern phenomenon in the Hollywood Hills. This six-bedroom marvel is the creation of developer Disco Volante, brought to life by Vantage Design Group with truly decadent interiors by Victoria Gillet. Designed as an homage to the golden era of Hollywood, this iconic residence features incredible immensities such as a private nightclub, accessed by pulling a sword from the wall, a 360-degree round burlwood rotating bed, and rock crystals for an aura of serenity. The exterior showcases a striking combination of Arabian black slate and Japanese Shou Sugi Ban wood, while the interior boasts Roman titanium travertine floors and African walnut woodwork, handcrafted over 18 months to ensure immaculate detail.

The Californication House stands as a modern architectural statement piece of ultra-luxury overlooking the legendary Sunset Strip. This 13,000-square-foot residence is a symphony of mid-century modern design and futuristic luxury. With 10,000 square feet of deck space, an emerald velvet movie theater, and a safari library with a tribute to LA icon, P-22, the home is an evocative home where “the only budget was, there was no budget; everything had to be the best.” Meticulously crafted to offer an unparalleled living experience hovering just above the palm trees of The City of Angels. The seamless integration of expansive 85-foot pocket doors blurs the lines between the lush outdoor environment and the luxurious interior, featuring a grand fireplace made of Brazilian green jade onyx. The property also includes observation decks equipped with premium binoculars and a crystal installation embedded within the foundation, harmonizing the atmosphere.

Crafted with an uncompromising vision of a retro-modern maximalism meets mid-century James Bond-inspired residence by its developers Branden and Rayni Williams of Beverly Hills Estates and Jason Somers of Crest Real Estate, the trio behind Disco Volante. The Californication House is a testament to the grandeur of Los Angeles modernist architecture and the epitome of a bespoke ultra-luxury living experience. The developers even dubbed the homes entertainment level “Disco Volante,” Italian for “flying saucer” which is also a nod to the luxury yacht featured in the Bond film Thunderball. The interior design redefines contemporary luxury, drawing inspiration from the timeless allure and immortal cinematic character of 007. With a lethal elegance and a sumptuous danger, the fathomable interior spaces are the epitome of decadence, embodying a dark, mysterious, and alluring color scheme with a tactile aesthetic and exotic elements creating a look of enduring sophistication suitable for Sean Connery.

1851 N Stanley Ave in Los Angeles was Listed at $38,000,000 USD on Sept 27, 2023 – Zillow

In a recent article, The Hollywood Reporter stated:

The spirit of James Bond has found an L.A. home. Perched above the Sunset Strip in Hollywood Hills West, The Californication House (previously known as Stanley 2) is the latest spec mansion developed, designed and curated by the team of Jason Somers and Branden and Ravi Williams, founders of Disco Volante. This lush modern mid-century riot of luxury, inspired by the tropical aesthetic of the Bond film Thunderball and the sleek contemporary chic of the film Ex Machina, is the team’s most audacious gamble to date.

  • Architect: Vantage Design Group
  • Developer: Disco Volante
  • Interior: Victoria Gillet Design
  • Planning: Crest Real Estate
  • Photography: Simon Berlyn
  • Location: 1851 N Stanley Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90046, USA

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