Chinese-born investor Maggie Gong Miracle is targeting stardom with a $185 million Bel-Air mansion that spans 35,000 square feet.

An unidentified limited liability company related to Miracle will soon list Hilltop Estates at 911 Tione Road, The Wall Street Journal reported.

Miracle is best known for proposing an $800 million egg-shaped office tower in Hollywood called The Star. Approvals are pending for the 22-story building on Sunset Boulevard.

The mansions she’s touting include a three-story, eight-bedroom mansion on the nearly three-acre estate in Bel-Air, as well as a guest house and “wellness facility”. The property, called La Vue, has never been lived in, brokers said.

Broker Joyce Rey of Coldwell Banker Realty, along with the agency’s James Harris and David Parnes, will handle the listings. There is no mention of the mansion on their website.

The curving white mansion is made of concrete blocks and has floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking Los Angeles, according to a photo. The attached guest house overlooks the 105-foot pool and tennis court.

The foyer of the main house features a curved limestone staircase, a chandelier and murals painted on the walls, Ray told the Journal.

The living room has two 16-foot marble fireplaces made from stone from quarries outside Rome. There is also a living garden wall and an office with a 1,600 sq ft deck.

The master bedroom has a sauna and steam room, which can be isolated from the rest of the estate using facial recognition software.

The mansion sits above a 174-foot curved lap pool, and the grounds include a fitness room, theater and dining alcove among the olive groves.

The property once contained a mid-century modern home built in 1961 and designed by Richard Dorman. Rey’s 4,700-square-foot home was listed in 2014 as $10.7 million.

it was replaced by a home very similar to plan Developers Michael Palumbo and Jay Belson listed an as-yet-unbuilt spec home in 2016 for $100 million, according to Forbes. Shared this list for this. As an alternative, the developer offered $32 million in parcels and plans.

It’s unclear which developer built the 29,600-square-foot contemporary mansion, Designed by Shubin Donaldson, based in Culver City, or when Miracle bought the property. The record price for a Los Angeles-area home was set this month when Beyoncé and Jay-Z paid $200 million for a Malibu waterfront estate designed by Tadao Ando. The Malibu estate owned by former Disney CEO Michael Eisner is on the market for $195 million, down from $225 million.

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