$65 Million Beverly Hills Home Features a 2,000 Bottle Wine Cellar

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The modern mansion is located in the Beverly Hills enclave Trousdale Estates.

A design-development firm with a background in entertainment set design recently unveiled its latest project that changes the residential real estate game: Elementi. Why? Well, the modern ultra-luxe home in Beverly Hills features so many jaw-dropping details, from an olive tree and 20-foot water wall to a 2,000 bottle wine cellar. And it was just listed for $65 million (or the equivalent in bitcoin).

The olive tree and water wall at 1108 Wallace Ridge  Beverly Hills, CA
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The 18,000-square-foot home is striking from the entrance. You arrive by walking over a floating marble bridge inspired by Big Sur before noticing there's a cascading waterfall flowing down under the bridge into the Pacific Ocean. You then pass through a mysterious mountainside tunnel before entering the main space where the ocean and Downtown Los Angeles views await.

The entrance to 1108 Wallace Ridge Beverly Hills, CA
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Water elements continue throughout the main space. There's a 20-foot ledge stone water wall that cascades from the exterior moat and passes through the suspended main-level dining room, which is suspended over a lower courtyard. Ultimately, it fills the area down below that surrounds and nourishes a 150-year-old, 15-foot-tall ancient olive tree imported from Tuscany.

Other highlights include a 2,000 bottle wine cellar, gym, Venetian plastered spiral staircase, and home theater. It's also the only house in the Trousdale Estates that was allowed to have a daylight basement and one of a few that has a half-length Olympic-size swimming lane integrated into the pool.

The wine cellar at 1108 Wallace Ridge  Beverly Hills, CA
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"When it comes to luxury, buyers' expectations are practically limitless," Aaron Kirman of Aaron Kirman Group at Compass told Departures. "Yes, they want panoramic views, a fitness center, state-of-the-art theater, custom pool, and spa, but they also want unique one-of-a-kind amenities. This home has all of those bespoke features and then some. What makes it magical is the 15-foot, 150-year-old ancient olive tree imported from Tuscany that took a 110-ton crane and a 15-man crew to plant it in the middle of the lower courtyard."

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As far as classic details go, the neoteric estate boasts seven bedrooms plus a spectacular master quarter that cantilevers over the balcony. The kitchen features state-of-the-art Gaggenau appliances, Dada cabinetry, and a 14-foot leathered marble island. Even the butler's kitchen has its entrance with a 16-burner Viking stove.

"Italian for Elements, Elementi is an uncompromising, inspiring masterpiece," Michael Chen of the design-development firm Luxford Group told Departures. "Much like the great Italian artists that refused to compromise on their masterpieces, I had a grand vision, and through my stubbornness and desire for perfection, we executed every aspect of the home down to the tiniest detail. What stands is a residence that is elevated in design, holds strong energy, and boasts a perfectly ergonomic flow, from the custom Italian millwork to the floating spiral staircase and the energetic tree that makes this house a home."