Celebrity Homes

Rod Stewart’s magnificent mansion hits the market for US$70 million

London-born music legend Sir Rod Stewart, known for his raspy vocals and captivating performances, has decided to part ways with his extravagant mansion.

The palatial estate, located in the prestigious North Beverly Park neighbourhood of Los Angeles, is now up for sale for a staggering US$70 million, according to TopTenRealEstateDeals.

Boasting an impressive 13 bedrooms and spanning over 2650sq m, the opulent residence sits on more than 1.2 hectares of pristine land.

True to its owner’s flamboyant personality, the mansion stands out with its vibrant yellow façade, accentuated by a grand Las Vegas-style fountain and intricate double doors that welcome guests into the awe-inspiring foyer.

The first floor offers two lavish sitting rooms adorned with ornate mouldings and filled with Old World treasures.

Adjacent to the tea room and den with fireplaces and loggias, is a gourmet kitchen, a wine room, a remarkable dining room capable of accommodating 20 guests, and a bar that rivals the most exquisite European taverns.

Photos by Ryan Lahiff, courtesy of Douglas Elliman.

French doors lead to a covered loggia, offering panoramic views of the meticulously manicured grounds.

Other notable features include a wood-panelled library, wood-inlay floors, and an additional green speakeasy, ideal for a nightcap after one of Rod’s electrifying performances.

Furthermore, a 418sq m guesthouse adds to the overall grandeur of the estate.

Photos by Ryan Lahiff, courtesy of Douglas Elliman.

Ascending the double staircase, residents can retreat to the private quarters, which encompass the primary bedroom suite.

This luxurious space features dual bathrooms—one boasting a pink aesthetic and the other a striking green.

Extra-large closets accommodate Rod’s extensive collection of shoes, while covered terraces offer breathtaking views of Los Angeles’ finest pool and lush grounds, along with vistas of the city and canyons.

Photos by Ryan Lahiff, courtesy of Douglas Elliman.

Originally purchased by Stewart in 1991 for a modest $12 million, the vacant lot was transformed into an architectural masterpiece by renowned celebrity architect Richard Landry, whose clientele includes Tom Brady, Sylvester Stallone, Michael Bolton, Kenny G, and Wayne Gretzky.

With over 120 million records sold worldwide and an impressive array of accolades, including dual inductions into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as both a solo artist and a member of the band Faces, Rod Stewart’s musical legacy is as illustrious as his luxurious abode.

Throughout his career, he has traversed various genres, captivating audiences with his versatility in rock, folk, pop, and soul.

Photos by Ryan Lahiff, courtesy of Douglas Elliman.

In addition to his successful solo endeavours, he has collaborated with notable musicians and bands such as The Faces and The Jeff Beck Group.

North Beverly Park, known for its exclusive estates and meticulous landscaping, stands as Los Angeles’ most coveted neighbourhood, designed in the 1980s for the world’s wealthiest individuals.

Present and former celebrity residents include Adele, Mark Wahlberg, Denzel Washington, and Magic Johnson.

The entire neighbourhood is gated, providing round-the-clock security with vigilant guards.

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