Outstanding $46,000,000 Bel-Air Mansion | The Liongate Estate!
The Liongate Estate in Bel-Air has been sold for $46 million. Once owned by renowned American singer-songwriter Kenny Rogers, the 24,000 square feet property was originally designed by world renowned and celebrated architect Paul Williams.
The estate gets its name from the two lion statues installed at the gate by Rogers.
Set on nearly two acres of completely private land in Prime Lower Bel-Air, this estate has been re-imagined and generously expanded from the ground up with no expense spared and completely maintains the true integrity of the original architect.
Boasting of two formal entries, the estate spreads out to include 11 bedrooms, 17 bathrooms, formal living and 2 additional informal living areas, study, billiards room, 12-seat movie theater and climate controlled wine room.
The original house that stood on the Liongate property was designed by influential and theatrically named architect Paul Revere Williams, built in the late 1930s and first owned, per Miz Trudeau’s press release, by composer and musician Jack Lawrence.
Country music heavyweight Kenny Rogers, who acquired the estate in 1979, renovated and expanded the residence with the guidance of Cher’s decorator Ron Wilson, added the carved stone lions that stand on either side of the driveway gates and dubbed the place Liongate.
Rogers sold Liongate it in 1983 for $5.8 million to businessman Ken Rickel and Nicole Richie’s godmother Nancy Davis, the philanthropic daughter of famously rotund oil magnate turned entertainment industry power player Marvin Davis.
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