Jade Mills and Alexis La Montagna, Coldwell Banker Global Luxury Property Specialists affiliated with the Beverly Hills South office of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage, have listed an Encino estate for $19,995,000. Located at 3431 Caribeth Dr. in Encino, Calif., the seven-bedroom, 11-bathroom and approximately 13,106-square-foot home was designed by architect Ronald Firestone.
“Located at the end of a quiet cul-de-sac in the hills of Encino, this exceptional Italian Villa boasts spectacular panoramic views,” said Mills. “Gated and grand, this property offers exquisite detail, superior quality and incredible volume.”
Showcasing a private driveway to a large motor court and eight-car garage, the estate encompasses a formal foyer, living room with a fireplace, family room with a fireplace, library with a fireplace, formal dining room, bar, elevator, den and a recreational room with a bar, sauna, gym and an indoor racquetball or basketball court. The gourmet kitchen features stone countertops, custom cabinets and an island. Upstairs, the master suite boasts a balcony, fireplace, sitting area, walk-in closet and bathroom with a tub, dual showers and dual sinks. On an approximately 1.35-acre lot, the resort-style grounds include more than 4,000 square feet of patio space, lush landscaping, lawn, tennis court and a pool with a waterfall.
To view the home, click here or contact Jade Mills at 310-285-7508 or email@example.com or Alexis La Montagna at 310-280-8080 or AlexisLamontagna@gmail.com.
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