This place on fancy Bel Air's extra-fancy Bellagio Road was once a 1936 house designed by Paul Williams, one of Los Angeles's finest architects. Today it's just another megamansion stuffed with weird masonry, white paint, light wood floors, and cavernous proportions (the listing says the house was "expanded" by William Hefner). The house today has 11 bedrooms, 14 bathrooms, dining room "w/ adjacent junior dining room," a master bedroom suite with two sitting rooms and two bathrooms, two kitchens, a screening room, a gym, a wine cellar, a giftwrapping room of course, a flower arranging room DUH, a beauty salon, two offices, and a seven-car garage all in 20,886 square feet. Plus of course two motor courts, a paddle tennis court, and pool on its 1.2 acres. Asking price is $35 million.