When it comes to real estate, there are oodles of incredible luxury estates. But every once and a while something comes along that is in a category all its own. Allow me to introduce you to The Bradbury Estate, a $78,800,000 mega-mansion that just hit the market in the semi-secret millionaire enclave of Bradbury, CA.
While it’s not as well-known as Beverly Hills, Bel Air, Brentwood and other Southern California luxury hotbeds, Bradbury is consistently ranked by Forbes as one of the “Most Expensive Zip Codes in America.” It’s a small, affluent city in the San Gabriel Valley region of Los Angeles County. It is located in the foothills of the San Gabriel Mountains below Angeles National Forest. Notable residents include a prince of Saudi Arabia, baseball player Adrian Beltre and dozens of business moguls.
This particular extraordinary estate is owned by bonafide real estate tycoon Donald Abbey, who built his massive fortune by acquiring multi-tenant commercial properties in Southern California. He spent the last 8 years building his palatial estate in guard-gated Bradbury Estates.
The for-sale property is set on a promontory, with unparalleled city and ocean views. To no one’s surprise, the home was built using the finest materials cultivated from around the world. The main house is over 32,000 square feet, with two master suites, a magnificent chef’s kitchen and a 2-story library. On the almost 8 acres there’s also an infinity-edge pool, 15 person Jacuzzi, guesthouse, 10 car garage, pool house, 3D theater, 2,000 bottle wine cellar, poker lounge, a temperature-controlled trout pond with 2-story waterfall, and a subterranean firing range, oak paneled elevator, and 600 foot entry drive are just a few of the numerous features.
This brand-new listing now ranks as one of the most expensive for-sale homes in America.