A substantial French Baroque mansion in Beverly Hills has hit the market for $35,000,000. The interiors of the 15,000 square foot residence have been drastically changed since the property was last listed in 2014 for $18,950,000. The property was also available to rent recently for $100,000 per month. An article published in 1989 by the Los Angeles Times reveals that it was built in the early 1990s by Natalia and Leonid Glosman, who drew inspiration from one of Italian architect Giovanni Bernini’s early designs for the east wing of the Louvre. Today, the palatial home merges classical architecture with contemporary interior design. The unique floor plan includes a dramatic formal entrance, 8 bedrooms, 12 bathrooms, formal family, living & dining rooms with fireplaces, library, bar and media room. The kitchen was handcrafted by Martin Pierce, it includes a butler’s pantry and is equipped with top of the line appliances. Lavishly landscaped grounds with cascading water pool, spa, shaded seating and bountiful gardens. Ideal for large-scale entertaining, the residence remains warm and inviting for intimate family living.