In the above video, CNN Money tours the sensational architectural estate at 1201 Laurel Way in Beverly Hills, developed by Richard Papalan and designed by Michael Palumbo, along with architect Marc Whipple. Representing years of devotion and visionary excellence, the designer turnkey home is dramatically encased in floor-to-ceiling glass, and offers arguably the best views of any home in Beverly Hills.

The Agency’s Mauricio Umansky notes in the video some of the home’s extraordinary features including the master bedroom that claims the entire third floor all to itself, a glass floor ceiling above the wine cellar, a professional PGA-inspired putting green, and a lavishly appointed home theater with leather seating for 11 people. Additional highlights include the separate luxury guesthouse featuring a glassed-in 5-car museum, writing studio, gym with a bar, bathroom and additional bedroom.

Commenting on the very limited, and exclusive, market for 1201 Laurel Way, Palumbo notes, “Most of the people who are in this price bracket, they don’t have time. They want a top designer home. That’s what they get here; they get a designer’s home.”

For a more comprehensive video tour of 1201 Laurel Way, go here. Its listing page can be viewed here.