The Bel Air Neighborhood
Offers a Villa With a $100 Million
Looking at this unique villa with this unique price tag, we will certainly not be surprised if we talk about it only in superlatives. This is Unica. A new Spanish villa with an area of 41,000 square feet, located on a hill in the Bel-Air district of Los Angeles, defines the resort - we dare say it is hedonistic - housing. The location itself suggests that it is a villa without compromises, literally.
It's the creation of Westside Property Group's developer Ty Cueva, who gave Dean Hall of LA-based Hallo Construction company the daunting task of digging up a piece of Bel-Air to create space for a home. Do you like watching movies at the cinema? Here you go, there is a 36-seat cinema in the house. You like the wellness, well here you go and wellness center with swimming pool, spa and huge gym. After a pleasant relaxation, you can move on to wine tasting.
For car lovers, there is an underground garage for 20 cars, located next to the indoor basketball court, which turns into a nightclub dance floor at the touch of a button. Oh, did we mention 21 bathrooms, a most modern recording studio, and eight bars? The house is designed so that each floor has its own character and purpose. There is a living floor, a party floor, a wellness floor, and all the rooms are on the top floor.