Real Estate

This New $100M Mansion Comes with Damien Hirsts—and a Super Porn-y Promo Video

Billed as Beverly Hills' most expensive property, promotional visuals for a house called "OPUS" feature two Hirst paintings, a car museum, and a flock of gilded models.

by Beckett Mufson
05 May 2017, 4:06am

OPUS Beverly Hills

This article contains adult content (obviously).

A house so morbidly luxurious it has a promotional trailer that looks like Eyes Wide Shut-lite just hit the market for a cool $100 million. Stocked with what appear to be two Damien Hirst spot paintings (but could, theoretically, be Etsy knockoffs), a 10-car garage that includes a gold Lamborghini and a Rolls Royce, and a "specially commissioned golden sculpture adorning the large motor court," the property dubbed "OPUS" is being billed as the most expensive in Beverly Hills.

The fact that OPUS comes with a NSFW "Red Band" trailer is what The Hollywood Reporter describes as, simply, "a first." It starts with an ecstatic woman watching what is presumably porn in a VR headset, before basking in the 20,500 square foot home's two pools, 11 bathrooms, and seven bedrooms, raiding the 170-bottle-strong champagne vault, and being coronated by a cadre of scantily-clad models dressed like extras from a Gods of Egypt porn knockoff. Think gold chain mail, pasties, and finger blades, but with a view of the Hills:

Paul McLean is the architect behind their sensual playground, which is listed by Drew Fenton of Hilton & Hyland and was developed by real estate mogul and producer of Steven Seagal's The Patriot, Nile Niami. Check out the Hirsts and other absurdly lavish amenities in this clearly porn-worthy mega-mansion below.


If you've got a hundred mil' lying around, check out OPUS' listing here.

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