Built-in 1926 by Camduff and Camduff and reimagined in 2016 by architect Richard Manion, "Casa California", a three-story Italian villa, combines Mediterranean revival style with Spanish and Italian elements. Commanding over 210-feet of frontage on Beverly Hills' coveted Roxbury Drive, a gated and hedged entrance framed by arching trees conceals private formal gardens. Rear grounds hold a pool, spa, guesthouse, and fitness studio. Inside, inlaid walnut hardwood guides visitors. A two-story entry adjoins a living room with a fireplace and doors to the front grounds. The library leads to the rear grounds and a dignified dining room completes the formal areas. Adjacent to the chef's kitchen, a breakfast room and wood-paneled family room open onto the pool. Upstairs is a master suite with custom closets, a sitting room, and terrace, and five guest suites. An elevator, entertainment room, bar, and wine cellar complete this timeless, seven-bedroom, 13-bathroom compound in the heart of Beverly Hills.