There are massive athlete houses, and then there’s the monster Beverly Hills house being sold by Pro Football Hall of Famer Tony Gonzalez. How does 12,855 sq. ft. of living space, including seven bedrooms and 12 bathrooms, sound? Keep in mind, it’s in California. Now for the price: $28,000,000.
Keep in mind, at that house, you don’t even get to live in a gated community. Tony’s house is gated, but it’s a gate in the driveway, not in the neighborhood. You can grab some Starbucks and drive right by it on a random Tuesday, no problem. Now, behind the gates is a whole different story. You get some insane open floor plan living areas where you can spread out.
When I say spread out, I mean, you could have the entire Chiefs offense in those great rooms, and everyone would have plenty of space to social distance.
Four years in design and construction and completed in December 2019. Never before on the market, a truly spectacular Georgian Transitional estate by architect Philip Vertoch and interior designer Lada Webster.
Pass through the dramatic 24 ft high entry to experience an elegantly realized open floor plan that is both ideal for entertaining on a major scale as well as intimate gatherings and family living. With no expense spared, features include a charming study w/built in cabinetry and double doors to the front of the estate, fabulous chef’s kitchen open to a massive family room, a charming pub room w/floor to ceiling wine storage & chiseled limestone fireplace wall.
An extraordinary master suite w/balcony overlooks the back of the estate, including the lighted tennis court, sparkling pool, and expansive grounds. Additional 6 bdrms & 10 baths. Phenomenal pool house w/gym, 8+ car subterranean garage on a 30 thousand sf flat lot, and the list goes on. Must see. Sold fully furnished!
Again, it comes furnished. You move in and get to living the California lifestyle — FAST. Tony might even throw in an autographed helmet, if it can seal the deal.
Starbucks is a .7 mile ride. Whisky A Go Go is .6, and you can walk to the BOA Steakhouse if Gavin Newsom ever reopens indoor dining.
Mortgage: $120,000 a month…before expenses.