On November 30, Rick Hilton listed the most important real estate deal of his 30-year career – the house he grew up in, W.W. Was the property of Baron Hilton. The Bel Air mansion has entered the market for the first time in nearly 60 years – during which it is owned by just two people – for $ 75 million. Baron was the son of Conrad Hilton, founder of Hilton Hotels, Conrad Ann, 97% of his wealth and assets. Pledged to Hilton Foundation. Bel Air Estate owns 3% of their wealth and assets, which they hold. The house is on 2.5 acres and was built in 1935 by CBS founder Jay Paley, the influential black architect Paul R. Was designed by Williams. At the time it cost $ 100,000 to build, which today is equivalent to about $ 1.8 million. When Paley died in 1961, the property was split into separate parts, but the house and most of the land were sold to Baron Hilton. Hilton raised her family and remained there until her death at the age of 91 in 2019.
The late Baron Hilton originally did not want to follow in the footsteps of his father Conrad and set up Carte Blanche credit cards, Air Finance Corporation and the AFL’s Los Angeles Chargers, as well as negotiating the merger of the AFL with the NFL to make the Super Bowl Helped. . He then went to work as an elevator operator at the El Paso Hilton. He was named President and CEO in 1996. 65-year-old Rick Hilton was 12 years old when he and his five brothers and two sisters moved to the Bel Air estate. Rick Hilton plays his 31-year-old son Baron Ann. Listing homes with Hilton. The younger Baron joined his father’s real estate firm two years ago.
The house is in the Holmby Hills area of Bel-Air. The white brick house is accessed via two circular driveways that are behind iron gates. The house is of traditional English Georgian architecture with double doors and a fairly modern interior. 15,000-square-foot house architect Paul R. Is the pinnacle of Williams’ work. Williams also designed homes for Frank Sinatra and Lucille Ball. The Hilton family did not make any structural changes to the house, which still have the same floor plan as Williams built in the 1930s. The house has metal sliding doors and floor-to-ceiling windows, which were exceptionally rare in 1935.
The house has a circular breakfast room, large terraces and a koi pond. It has 12 bedrooms and 11 bathrooms as well as large rooms for recreation, including a step-down living room and formal dining room. Two prestigious business tycoons have been studied in the office. The pool is the real show-stopper of the house. It is called the zodiac and details all 12 astrological signs in turquoise, sky and platinum blues. Thousands of hand-painted tiles were painted in France and sliced and brought to Los Angeles. The Sun is the focal point of the mural and its rays propagate into pools of approximately Olympic length.
Rick Hilton talked about some epic parties that were hosted on the estate’s lawn and tennis courts, often with more than 1,000 guests. When Rick Hilton sold Beverly Hilton to Merv Griffin in 1987, the property was the site of an epic $ 100 million deal.
Rick and Baron Ann. Hilton Hilton & Highland is representing the house through a luxury real estate firm, founded in 1993 by Rick Hilton and Jeff Hyland. Today, the firm has 140 agents and approximately $ 3.6 billion in sales each year.