The gorgeous compound was built on three parcels of the same cul-de-sac that Thomas purchased seven years ago in separate transactions, listing agent Jordan Cohen told the Los Angeles Times.
The main home is 32,000 square feet and inspired by 18th century French romantic architecture. It contains chef’s and commercial prep kitchens, a receiving room, a great room, a grand dining room, and a gym.
The home’s master suite is 5,000 square feet. It comes complete with a sitting room, two bathrooms, and his and her closets.
TVs in the living room and bedroom are hidden behind custom-framed automated artwork.
If you want to watch a movie, you can pop into the home’s personal movie theater, which contains 21 speakers and 18 reclining seats.
Or you can relax in the library, which is covered in black walnut paneling finished in French wax.
If you really want to travel back in time, you can visit the home’s 1,869 square foot collectable museum, which features a biometric gas system that removes oxygen from the room in the event of a fire. The home also has an auto museum.
In addition to a working organic farm, the estate also contains a ranch house, glass greenhouse, and a one-quarter-acre lake, which is stocked with catfish, bluegills, and largemouth bass.
There’s even an 11,000 square foot guesthouse…which contains its own guesthouse.
And make sure to visit both of the home’s two swimming pools, as well the pool house, which comes complete with a Himalayan salt therapy room.
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