Want to engage in a little social distancing? How does 11 bedrooms, 27,000 square feet, and 2.7 acres in Beverly Hills – which is exactly what billionaire Steve Wynn has put on the market.
If Wynn gets the $135 million he’s asking for, he’d make a pretty profit – he bought the home in 2015 for $48 million, according to Variety.
The hip-pocket listing is represented by Jack Friedkin, Leonard Rabinowitz and Rick Hilton of Hilton & Hyland.
Wynn bought the home from Guess co-founder Maurice Marciano, who built the home in the early 1990s.
There are 16 bathrooms (imagine all the toilet paper), and an elevator to get around the huge home. And sheltering in place is no big deal, since there is a professional screening room with stadium-style seating, a gym, a wine room, a tennis court, swimming pool, and more.
There is a lavish master bedroom with his-and-her bathrooms, closets, dressing rooms, and a private office. There are also four guest en-suite bedrooms as well.
And since you can’t just clean a 27,000 square foot house by yourself, the home offers a separate wing for domestic staff with three bedrooms and a kitchen, and another wing for security, with another three bedrooms and a kitchenette.
Architect William Hablinksi also made sure there was plenty of entertaining space, with a large living room overlooking city lights, a formal dining room with a fireplace, and a reception room with a wet bar.
Outside, there are 2.7 acres of well-manicured grounds to roam, with landscaping that provides the owner his or her own park.
Wynn, who stepped down from his positions as chairman and CEO of Wynn Resorts in 2018 after being accused of sexual misconduct, also owns homes in Las Vegas; New York; Sun Valley, Idaho; and Palm Beach, as well as a 302-foot superyacht with a helicopter landing pad, beauty salon, and 30-person crew.