Beverly Hills Mansion Allosaurus
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The Allosaurus (different lizard) is a carnivorous theropod dinosaur that lived approximately 155 to 145 million years ago during the late Jurassic period. This large bipedal predator had a large skull equipped with dozens of sharp, serrated teeth. Its body averaged 31-feet in length, though fragmentary remains suggest it could have reached over 39-feet. The last place you’d probably expect to find an Allosaurus skeleton is a giant mansion in Beverly Hills. Read more for additional pictures and information.


Beverly Hills Mansion Allosaurus
Beverly Hills Mansion Allosaurus
Beverly Hills Mansion Allosaurus
Beverly Hills Mansion Allosaurus
Priced at $37.95-million, this 12,000-square-foot mansion, located at 1300 Beverly Estate Drive, not only has a $1.5 million Allosaurus skeleton in the entryway, but also five bedrooms, a massive 600-bottle wine wall, 12-seat home theater, giant home gym, garage showroom, and a sauna, complete with a Calacatta porcelain-clad steam room.

Beverly Hills Mansion Allosaurus
Beverly Hills Mansion Allosaurus
Beverly Hills Mansion Allosaurus
Beverly Hills Mansion Allosaurus
Its 10,000 square-foot terrace seamlessly blends in with the 80-foot infinity pool, fire pit, and a double-side black marble fireplace. On a clear day, you get expansive views of Los Angeles all the way to the Pacific Ocean.