The Enchanted Hill, an iconic 120-acre private hilltop property, presents an unparalleled real estate offering.

Microsoft co-founder and philanthropist, Paul G. Allen, who has owned the property since 1997, has made significant improvements to the property’s infrastructure, including a one mile private street, rendering it a unique canvas with limitless possibilities for creating a world-class compound.

Ideal for an individual seeking the ultimate in privacy and security or the creation of a family compound with five building sites. 

 
 

LOCATION

 
 
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Located in Famed 90210

Among the great estates of Beverly Hills, The Enchanted Hill is just minutes from The Beverly Hills Hotel, The Beverly Wilshire, the new Waldorf Astoria, Rodeo Drive, Century City, Sunset Strip and offers sweeping city, ocean and mountain views.

 
 
 

the property

 
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The Enchanted Hill provides a world of possibilities that can never again be duplicated. 

120 acres of pristine Southern California hillside with a mile-long private drive passing four buildable sites and ending at the nearly four acre main site.

 
 

VISION

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Where Art & Architecture Will Meet

 Like the iconic owners before, the next great architect will have the blank canvas to build a Main Residence at the top of the hill and utilize the four additional estate sites for multiple Guest Houses, a state-of-the-art Fitness and Wellness Center and Spa, an Entertainment Complex, a Sports Arena, world-class Equestrian facilities, The Enchanted Hill Vineyard & Winery, and private hiking trails all spread over this unprecedented setting.  

 

 

history

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The Enchanted Hill property was first discovered by Hollywood legends Frances Marion and Fred Thomson in the early 1920s.


The couple hired California architect Wallace Neff to transform the Beverly Hills property into an “enchanted wonderland.” Named Enchanted Hill by then friend and neighbor Greta Garbo, the property eventually sold to Lejeune Barnes, oil and mining entrepreneur, then Paul Kollsman, German-American inventor, and finally to Mr. Allen.