A newly constructed 36,000-square-foot mansion has come on the market in Beverly Hills at $68.5 million. It was built by C. Frederick Wehba, founder of the international real estate investment firm BentleyForbes.
The French Palladian-inspired three-level house has a hand-carved limestone exterior, marble columns, a two-story circular entry with a skylight and bronze beveled double-pane windows and doors. There are nine bedrooms and 13 bathrooms. The grounds include a pool with a pavilion entertaining area, a tennis court and gardens.