Located in the 24-hour guard gated community of Bradbury Estates, this palatial custom-built residence was created for lavish entertaining indoors and out. Sited on approximately three very private acres, it is surrounded by vistas of low hills, miles of city lights, and dazzling sunsets.
The mansion’s opulence and quality are obvious the moment you step through the front door, with its leaded glass and double-height windows. The grand foyer features dual staircases with gorgeous wrought iron scrollwork railings, inlayed marble flooring, and superb custom woodwork.
The huge ballroom has a high coffered ceiling, custom cabinetry, wood floors, a wood burning fireplace, Juliet balconies, and a wall of windows overlooking the garden, pool, and stunning views. A chef’s dream kitchen has top-of-the-line appliances, an abundance of custom cabinetry, a large island, plus a prep kitchen with generous storage. A generously-sized game room, which features a sunken wet bar, is ideal for a pool table and has an area for a home theater.
The home includes two master suites – one on each floor – as well as two offices, a sauna, steam room, and a detached guest house with three bedrooms and two-and-a-half baths. Custom details include ornate fireplaces in the living room and master, coffered and tray ceilings, gold detailing, built-in wood cabinets, and inlayed flooring. Balconies overlook the pool, treetops, and the expansive panorama of valley and lights.
The backyard resembles a luxury resort, with an enormous infinity edge pool that features a grotto, a foot bridge to a swim-up/sit-down bar, a huge spa, and a water slide. There is a large pool pavilion with a fireplace, barbecue bar, and two-and-three-quarters bathrooms. There is a regulation lighted tennis court as well as two ponds, two waterfalls, three fountains, and two gazebos. An oversize garage provides covered parking for four cars plus a 39 foot boat or recreational vehicle. A remarkable property in a prestigious setting.
119 Furlong Lane is listed at $8,998,000 by Gary Lorenzini and Ronald Chang of Coldwell Banker Arcadia.