Today we feature two more of the public rooms of Fleur De Lys, the migraine inducing Los Angeles mansion that is owned by billionaire dee–vorcée Suzanne Saperstein. Located in the swanky Holmby Hills and measuring in at a staggering 35,000+ square feet of interior space, the Versailles inspired monstrosity is being offered for sale at the mend bending asking price of $125,000,000.
Although big ass screening rooms are de rigeur in the lavish and more expensive homes throughout Los Angles, we would bet our long bodied bitches Linda and Beverly that few could so easily double as a funeral parlor the way the Saperstein screening room could. Even with the not so subtle funereal theme, Miz Suzanne Saperstein and her extreme team of decorators have continued the rose color theme which we have previously seen obsessively worked in the Entrance Hall, the Rosegold Music Salon and the Formal Dining Room. Please also note the scary little statuettes. Your Mama is deeply concerned that in a darkened theater a guest could trip and impale themselves on one of these pointed and dangerous figurines on their way to or from a mid-movie terlit dash.
The lower photo shows the massive ballroom, a feature no ridiculously opulent home would dare be without. In this mammoth space one can gather several hundred friends and colleagues for charity balls, poetry readings, and self-congratulation amid 24 carat gold gilded grandiosity and a ceiling mural worthy of one of the better casinos in Las Vegas.