Oh, to be a fly on the wall of this rococo residence in Long Beach's Belmont Heights! No one would ever notice you, because their eyes would already be preoccupied by the house's "Royal classical decor" of "marble, onyx, granite, mosaics, medallions, corbels, carvings, crystal, Venetian plaster, hardwoods and plush imported carpets." Per the listing, "each authentic piece has been painstakingly selected and customized to maintain the integrity and opulence of the style," lest there be any doubt.
In addition to furnishings slightly reminiscent of Jean Cocteau's La Belle et La Bete, the 3,233-square-foot house features four bedrooms, two baths, a "gourmet kitchen with 48" Subzero refrigerator, 6 burner Thermador stove, double convection oven, bread maker/warmer, professional grade natural gas crepe maker," a "shower with custom pressure balancing automatic water mixing system," a 400-square-foot koi pond, a "fantasy outdoor kitchen/party area," and a stone and copper exterior. Occupying a 5,720-square-foot lot, the custom-built property and its opulent contents can be yours for $1.925 million.