Rod Stewart, the British rock star extraordinaire, is bidding farewell to his opulent English-Country estate in Los Angeles. The property, custom built in the 1990s by popular Cali architect Richard Landy, is listing for a whopping $70 million. Think that’s a huge price tag? After reading this article, you’ll understand why it’s worth every penny. So, read on for a tour through Rod’s glamorous halls and breathtaking grounds.
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Rod Stewart Estate Overview
Rod Stewart’s English Country estate is nestled in the highly sought-after North Beverly Park. This exquisite estate offers a prime location in one of the most expensive communities in Los Angeles. The meticulously crafted property spans three acres and features a remarkable 28,500-square-foot main house and a 4,500-square-foot guest house. Both residences feature a total of 13 bedrooms and 19 bathrooms, providing ample space for grand living and entertainment.
From the moment you step through Rod Stewart’s gates, you are greeted with a sense of grandeur and elegance. As you pass through the private driveway, you’ll be met by beautiful, European-style grounds with lush landscaping and a captivating grand motor court. The meticulously manicured palace-like grounds offer an oasis of serenity, with lush gardens and picturesque fountains.
The centerpiece of Rod’s outdoor space is a captivating resort-style pool, complete with an elevated hot tub that beckons relaxation. Surrounding this aquatic oasis is a generous terrace and lounge area, providing the perfect setting for outdoor gatherings and sun-kissed leisure.
For culinary enthusiasts, an outdoor kitchen awaits, equipped to handle the demands of hosting and grilling. Adjacent to it, a cozy fireplace invites cozy evenings under the starlit sky. Additionally, the property’s exterior boasts a myriad of loggias strategically placed to offer serene retreats and ample seating for intimate conversations or tranquil moments of solitude.
The best part is that the property offers all-around vistas of the surrounding mountains and the sprawling cityscape. So, whether you’re outside on the meticulously manicured grounds or standing within the magnificent interiors, these breathtaking views constantly remind you of the enchanting world beyond. Think the exteriors are a hit? Wait until you get inside.
Stepping through the ornate double doors, you enter a world of refined luxury. The three-story main house exudes sophistication, featuring an impressive foyer with a magnificent double staircase.
The main floor has a great room with a wooden inlay floor and a bar perfect for indoor entertaining. The bar connects to an outdoor loggia through well-maintained French doors, allowing seamless access to the outdoors whenever one hosts in the great room.
The main floor also features a gourmet chef’s kitchen, multiple sitting rooms, a tea room, a wine room, a spacious library with floor-to-ceiling bookshelves, and a den with fireplaces and loggias to enhance the luxurious living experience. There’s also a formal dining room big enough to accommodate up to 20 guests.
A series of double stairs lead from the main room to a primary bedroom with two spa-like, marble-covered bathrooms, huge walk-in closets, and a private terrace with unobstructed vistas of the stunning backyard, city skyline, and even the canyons.
This extraordinary mansion goes above and beyond with its additional amenities. It has an indoor recreational room, two, well-equipped, full-size gyms, a five-car garage, and two different motorcourts with more parking. Rod Stewart’s mansion also boasts a converted tennis court that now serves as a 60-foot by 120-foot lit soccer field, catering to his love for the sport. There’s even a designer speakeasy on site.
According to sources, the rockstar’s decision to sell his English-style estate stems from his yearning to ditch LA’s toxic lifestyle, for a relaxed, private existence. Rod aims to settle full-time in the UK, sparing his family the constant travel between countries.