ENCINO, Calif. - The house that we’ve coined the "White House of the Mulholland Corridor" is this week’s Top Property.
It’s special in its own right, but so are my tour guides: Our first mother-daughter real estate team.
Coldwell Banker Global Luxury agents Jade Mills and Alexis Lamontagna lead the way inside this more than 13,000 sq. ft. grandiose home that’s impossible to miss, perched on a hill in Encino, Calif.
With its colonial columns and dueling staircases, the home located at 3431 Caribeth Drive is a sight to behold.
Inside, there are seven bedrooms, 11 bathrooms, an exquisite foyer that includes a library, sitting area, bar, and formal living and dining rooms.
The upstairs master suite offers a balcony that overlooks jetliner views of the San Fernando Valley and the classiest of grounds, including 4,000 sq. ft. of patio space.
The bottom level boasts an indoor basketball court and recreation room that leads to the pool with its own cascading waterfall.
Built in 1992, and since lived in by just one family, this is the first time this home has been on the market.
The asking price for this Mulholland Mediterranean masterpiece: $19,995,000.