When developer Patrik Mirahmadi bought Dean Martin‘s former Beverly Hills mansion at 2002 Loma Vista Drive three years ago, he wanted to make it even more fabulous. And from the looks of it, he has done just that.
The home, which is currently on sale for $27.95 million, offers a range of unusual features, like a waterfall-style bar in the great room that can accommodate 150 to 200 people, and a “floating dining room” surrounded on two sides by a moat. We guess that’s one way to keep the paparazzi out?
The renovated, 10,047-square-foot, single-story home now has five bedrooms, six baths, and three half-baths. It includes a gym and spa with massage room and sauna. The developer also added a glass-enclosed, temperature-controlled wine room which displays up to 450 bottles.
Mirahmadi left as much of the original landscaping as possible on the one-acre lot, though he did add substantially to it His ultimate goal was to update and modernize the property but still keep its general vibe.
“I try to consider the heritage of all my properties,” he says.