Weekend Wrap Up: Gabriel Brener Floast L.A. Mansion on the Market for Eighty-some Million Clams

Private investor and professional soccer team owner Gabriel Brener, the scion of a Mexican industrialist, has reportedly floated his leviathan limestone mansion in the hoitiest of the toitiest section of Holmby Hills in Los Angeles, CA on the market with an elephantine asking price of "more than $80,000,000."

The Wall Street Journal reported late last week that the mega-mansion has 6 bedrooms that include a main floor master suite while the Los Angeles County Tax Man shows the Neoclassical Georgian monster manse measures a stupendous (but hardly record-breaking) 22,396 square feet with 7 bedrooms and 14 bathrooms.

No listing for the gated and heavily fortified estate exist online but aerial images show the tree-ringed estate encompasses parking lot-sized front and rear motor courts, deep and wide terraces, manicured expanses of expensively-watered lawns, lengthy dark-bottomed swimming pool with semi-circular spa, lighted tennis court, and small putting green

The approximately 3.5 acre multi-parcel spread occupies the hallowed real estate grounds where Walt Disney's private residence once stood and is surrounded by grand (and grandiose) estates owned by couture queen Suzanne Saperstein, showbiz über-executive Brad Grey, soap story tycoons Bradley and Colleen Bell, big businessman Gary Wilson, art world honcho Larry Gagosian, and high-powered talent agent Bryan Lourd whose clients include (or have included) Penelope Cruz, Tom Cruise, Oprah, Drew Barrymore, George Clooney, Brad Pitt, Natalie Portman and Robert De Niro.

aerial image: Bing