A Beverly Hills mansion just went on the market for $135 million

The estate in Beverly Hills.
The estate in Beverly Hills.

A palatial mansion in Trousdale Estates once owned by the comedian Danny Thomas just went on the market for $135 million, The Wall Street Journal reports.

At 18,000 square feet, the house is a sprawling wonderland with eight bedrooms, 12 bathrooms, $2.5 million worth of Baccarat chandeliers and custom-made carpets, a ballroom (of course) and a garage (“motor court”) that can fit 20 cars. Due to its elevated position, the house features 365 views of all of Los Angeles  — and also protects against the peeping eyes of the paparazzi.

In addition to his work on television, Thomas is also known for starting the St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. Whoever the new occupant is, he or she has a lot to live up to.