"Californy" may not really be the place to be these days, with the high taxes, sanctuary cities, and Calexit. But if you’ve a hankering for a 75 foot concrete pond on 10.3 acres, you may be interested in this unlikely listing.
Yes, the mansion featured in the hit show “Beverly Hillbillies,” which is actually in neighboring Bel Air, is on sale for a cool $350 million. That 25,000 square feet iconic pad also comes with a tennis court and a a covered parking garage for 40 cars, as well as a guest house for when your non-Beverly hillbilly relatives visit.
Angie Austin of Daybreak USA told Mike Opelka, “That kind of acreage in Bel Air is unheard of!” on today’s “Pure Opelka.” It used to be owned by Jerry Perenchio, the founder of Spanish-language cable channel Univision who passed away this May at the age of 86.
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