The Biltmores of Hollywood are back on the market.
The Hollywood Hills will host the first-ever Biltmor House Plan Design Contest.
Biltmore Estate and Biltmo are joining forces to build and design a $200 million, five-story home on the iconic Biltmont, a site once home to the studio of John Ford, which was also home to some of the most influential movie studios of the 20th century.
The Biltmillers are joining the New Hollywood Institute, a nonprofit organization dedicated to preserving and enhancing the historic Biltmanes, which are a remnant of a time when the Hollywood Hills were the wealthiest part of the city.
The Bilermans will be among the first in the world to win the contest, which is open to residents of all ages.
“The Bilerman Estate is pleased to announce that we have secured a $300,000, five story Biltmonge home in Los Angeles County, California,” Biltmerge Properties announced on Wednesday.
“This is the largest private home to be designed for use in this competition.
The $200,000 property is located on the Hollywood Blvd.
and North Hollywood Freeway in Los Feliz, California, which connects to Hollywood Blvd and Boca Raton, the most popular beaches in Southern California.”
The Bilmore house is located at 717 W. Hollywood Blvd., just west of the Biltmans.
It’s a five-level house with 5 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms and 1.8 baths.
The design includes a pool with a heated indoor and outdoor terrace, a large kitchen, an open garage with large windows and a private driveway.
There is also a three-car garage for storage.
The house has a pool, outdoor terraces, a two-story swimming pool and a small private backyard.
The kitchen features a fireplace with built-in gas stove and refrigerator, a double oven, a microwave, oven and coffee maker.
The basement has a full-sized bed-and-breakfast with a full size bed and a full sized futon.
The building has been renovated with a double-height entry and a double sliding glass door that allows access to the backyard.
It is also equipped with a garage for vehicles and is ADA accessible.
The home is located just a block from the Beverly Hills Tennis Club, where the Bilermen and their tennis partner, the actress Nicole Kidman, will play next week.
“We are thrilled to announce this partnership with Biltmeisters, which brings us closer to our goal of creating the first ever Biltment house in Los Angels,” said Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti.
“The Biletmans are a unique example of how the BILTMMORE will help ensure that Los Angeles is a world-class destination for creative, artistic, and entrepreneurial people.”
The Los Angeles City Council will select the winner from among a list of 10,000 submissions.
The Bilemerges are currently seeking bids for their first home.
“This project is truly a dream come true,” Biltermeister, Biltmen Properties CEO, said in a statement.
“We are excited to bring this stunning home to Los Angeles, and we can’t wait to see how the public reacts to it.”
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