A luxury Beverly Hills mansion featuring a 28-piece art gallery—which includes works by Andy Warhol, Damien Hirst, and Pablo Picasso—has hit the real estate market for $48 million.
The property, located at 1520 Gilcrest Drive in the ultra-exclusive Los Angeles neighborhood, features six bedrooms and 10 bathrooms. According to the Real Deal, amenities include an infinity pool; a home theater that seats 22; and a wine room plus a cellar, featuring 1,000 bottles. The house has superstar pedigree, too: It was once owned by famed concert violinist Jascha Heifetz and actor James Woods.
Circling back to that art gallery for a minute, unfortunately, it’s just there for show: The pieces aren’t included in that $48 million price tag. But if you were wondering what’s currently in the gallery, the most valuable piece is “Fumeur à la Cigarette Rouge” by Picasso, which is worth $110,000. Other works include Damien Hirst’s “Entreaty” for $55,000; as well as his print “Methylamine,” which goes for $18,000.
Of course, nobody said you couldn’t buy the works of art individually—or invoke them during the closing negotiations. As in, “Throw that art gallery in, and you can consider this house sold.”
For more on the listing, click here. Take a visual tour of the property below.