Inside a $195 Million Bel Air Estate With Secret Tunnels | On the Market | Architectural Digest

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  • Philipp Volkemer
    Philipp Volkemer  21 minutes back

    I think you could live in this house illegally and nobody would notice

    • Et Immortalem
      Et Immortalem  1 hours back

      This is junk. Too old and outdated. I wouldn't pay $30 million for this.

      • Nazar El-Basheir
        Nazar El-Basheir  5 hours back

        10:18 “They were planted in the 1930s. And are roughly 100 years old.

        Me: Wait it’s only been 89 years since 1930. So these trees were planted when they were 11 years. Wow. Imagine being 11 and then taken away from ur parents and shipped to a BelAir estate.

        • Nazar El-Basheir
          Nazar El-Basheir  5 hours back

          The electric bill on this place.

          • Renzo Pacheco
            Renzo Pacheco  5 hours back

            The guest house is a mansion lmao

            • Amy Buchanan
              Amy Buchanan  7 hours back

              This house is creepy especially the tunnels.

              • m lilavE
                m lilavE  8 hours back

                ill buy it :D

                • Egzonn
                  Egzonn  10 hours back

                  God knows how many ghosts live in that house

                  • amishterrorist17
                    amishterrorist17  11 hours back

                    The Universe in perfect balance....as it should be.

                    • Drunk ninja
                      Drunk ninja  12 hours back

                      the price of this house is more than the anual budjet on most contrys!

                      • The Faihriem
                        The Faihriem  13 hours back

                        now its not a secret anymore more than million of people know this

                        • Nathan Simpson
                          Nathan Simpson  18 hours back

                          "If the walls could speak..." they would scream at you to keep your children far away from this house

                          • Tom Hagen
                            Tom Hagen  19 hours back

                            40 car garage- “Truly a collector’s dream”.



                            *laughs in Jay Leno*

                            • JoanneLG1960
                              JoanneLG1960  23 hours back

                              Some people have too much money and free time

                              • Simon Phillips
                                Simon Phillips  1 days back

                                A testament to greed. A soul less pillar of turd. Is the man trying to sell this spread?

                                • Simon Phillips
                                  Simon Phillips  1 days back

                                  How can it be an authentic french chateau..its in the USA. That means its about as authentic as a 9 dollar bill.

                                  • Mabrenz_N
                                    Mabrenz_N  1 days back

                                    Is it like that at your house ?, cause it's not like this at mine either .

                                    • MeyoMix
                                      MeyoMix  1 days back

                                      it probably costs half a million a year to maintain this property

                                      • DRH
                                        DRH  1 days back

                                        ...and I'm just wondering if this week it will be one or two days I'll be going without eating after I've paid all my bills.

                                        • Bot Frank
                                          Bot Frank  1 days back

                                          When the Master bedroom Is bigger than your own house

                                          • Jacky P.A. Tran
                                            Jacky P.A. Tran  1 days back

                                            Too bad my budget is only $194 Million. Oh well.

                                            • Cc Abberly
                                              Cc Abberly  1 days back

                                              Haunted Estate lots of evil

                                              • Pizza Baratheon
                                                Pizza Baratheon  1 days back

                                                I guess I’ll buy it

                                                • Smart Kids
                                                  Smart Kids  1 days back

                                                  Looks like an old slave plantation

                                                  • Jaymz Zeppelin
                                                    Jaymz Zeppelin  2 days back

                                                    Yeh but does it have Wi Fi?

                                                    • P
                                                      P  2 days back

                                                      pfft. Its not worth more than 180 million

                                                      • Masaharu Morimoto
                                                        Masaharu Morimoto  2 days back

                                                        Ya, but you can build a really sweet bunker for 200 million!!!

                                                        • Tina Huston
                                                          Tina Huston  2 days back

                                                          Grotesque.

                                                          • Solved 911
                                                            Solved 911  2 days back

                                                            AND PROBABLE SATANIC CHILDREN ADRENOCHROME SACRIFICE SITE
                                                            WITH SECRET TUNNELS LOL

                                                            • Ma6rooshi798
                                                              Ma6rooshi798  2 days back

                                                              I feel sad for the thief trying to rob the house

                                                              • konung
                                                                konung  2 days back

                                                                1. It's pronounced sEEEEEmetry, not a sAmetery. Grrrr
                                                                2. The tunnels are no longer secret, you blabbermouth!
                                                                3. For something that's supposed to be secret, these tunnels are surely not hidden well

                                                                • Sky Love
                                                                  Sky Love  2 days back

                                                                  Wow I don’t know how I feel about this overt display of wealth. It’s extraordinarily extravagant. Is this what people build when they have more money than they can spend in a lifetime. What is all for. Does anyone need that much of anything

                                                                  • Nate Murdock
                                                                    Nate Murdock  2 days back

                                                                    You could live there and nobody would notice...

                                                                    • JANET F.
                                                                      JANET F.  2 days back

                                                                      love the pillows butterflysleeppillow.com they are so comfortable

                                                                      • suphia safavi
                                                                        suphia safavi  2 days back

                                                                        "These trees were planted in the 1930's, and they're roughly 100 years old"...now, i'm not good at math, and whatnot...but. No hunty.

                                                                        • suphia safavi
                                                                          suphia safavi  4 hours back

                                                                          @BetaLuchs You right, you right.

                                                                        • BetaLuchs
                                                                          BetaLuchs  14 hours back

                                                                          they might have been planted a few years old. with that kind of money you can buy 10 year old trees and plant them, no problem

                                                                      • Eric Carmona
                                                                        Eric Carmona  2 days back

                                                                        🤔I wonder if i can purchase this house. Let me check my account... Nevermind im negative 250 bucks 😆

                                                                        • Hopeful Interpretation

                                                                          I just have one question. Why?

                                                                          • tvtime1
                                                                            tvtime1  2 days back

                                                                            cheap

                                                                            • Zee Man
                                                                              Zee Man  2 days back

                                                                              Bs price

                                                                              • Yak Man
                                                                                Yak Man  2 days back

                                                                                Pizza gate

                                                                                • Robert çrabtree
                                                                                  Robert çrabtree  2 days back

                                                                                  But a lot of children were sacrificed there

                                                                                  • wiggityp
                                                                                    wiggityp  2 days back

                                                                                    If this exact property were in the middle of oklahoma it would probably cost 20m

                                                                                    • Gaurav Kumar
                                                                                      Gaurav Kumar  2 days back

                                                                                      1365crore

                                                                                      • forever SHAMPOO
                                                                                        forever SHAMPOO  2 days back

                                                                                        Does the house come with cocaine?

                                                                                        • Jawad Bushnaq
                                                                                          Jawad Bushnaq  2 days back

                                                                                          In the world of theater, conventional techniques have for long; too long defined the art of theater and drama, ever since its birth in ancient Greece. As we near a new era, new minds have risen to replace these conventional techniques, such as the creative genius Bertolt Brecht, known non-professionally as Eugen Berthold Brecht. He broke ‘the fourth wall’, which is defined as the invisible barrier that exists between the actors and the audience. Brecht decided that conventional theater did not interact enough with the audience and employed several techniques that were used to ‘awaken’ the audience by making them interact and participate in the play. In this essay, we will learn about the life of Brecht the details of the innovations and techniques of Brecht that were used to renew the world of drama.
                                                                                          Bertolt Brecht was born in 1898 in Augsburg, Germany where he was raised by his mother, a devout protestant Christian and his father, the owner of a paper mill. At a young age, Brecht was influenced by his mother’s beliefs and we will see this in his writings in the future. From her, he also based several of his character in future on her ‘self-denying’ personality. Brecht was born to a middle-class family which was financially and socially comfortable, despite his claims of being born into a labor-class family (perhaps a desperate attempt to befit his leftist beliefs). When Brecht was 16, World War 1 broke out, and at first, he was excited, which was natural for young boys at the time, but he formed second opinions when he saw his friends slowly being ‘swallowed by the army’. Bret showed political activism from a young age; at 15 he was almost expelled for writing an essay challenging the concept of dying for one’s country, calling it ‘cheap propaganda’.
                                                                                          He entered medical school at Munich University in 1917 on his father’s recommendation, where he studied theater. In 1916, Brecht’s articles began appearing in the newspaper, and in 1919 he was drafted into the military as a medic only to return one month later when the war ended. In 1920-21 Brecht’s theatrical career began (although he initially wrote a play (Baal) in 1918) where he participated in a political cabaret with a popular Munich comedian. His play Baal was to counter a drama seminar at the time, which was a trend which continued for the rest of his career, which was to oppose popular views; This made Brecht the devil’s advocate of Germany at the time. Brecht met many influential people in Berlin, amongst them was Arnolt Bronnen, whom he established a joint theatrical company with, called the ‘Arnolt Bronnen/Bertolt Brecht company’. Brecht caught the attention of an influential Berlin critic who wrote: “At 24 the writer Bert Brecht has changed Germany's literary complexion overnight”.
                                                                                          Brecht was influenced by Karl Marx, which was perhaps influenced by the period of hyper-inflation that struck Germany after the Great War. He portrayed these views in several of his works and plays such as: “Man equals Man”, “Saint Joan of the Stockyards”, “The Decision”, “The Mother” and “The Three penny Opera” until fleeing the country in 1933 fearing persecution in the Nazi regime. He fled several times to Zurich, Paris, Denmark, Sweden and finally the United States in 1941 after his visa acceptance. In the United States, he was being investigated by the House Un-American Activities for several of his plays such as “The Decision” in which he attempted to justify the political repression in the Soviet Union known as “The Red Terror” which took place in 1918 after the revolution. His support of the political repression in the Soviet Union as well as his Marxist views got him black-listed, along with dozens of Hollywood writers who were in suspicion of spreading socialist beliefs such as Dalton Trumbo. The day after he testified in October 30, 1947 he returned to Europe, living in Zurich for a year. In 1949 he left Switzerland for East Berlin, which was controlled by the Soviet Union at the time. He joined the Berliner Ensemble, where he wrote and produced Soviet Propaganda and was awarded the Stalin Peace Prize in 1954. Personally, I find it both contradicting and ironic that Brecht practiced spreading propaganda, which in his youth he deemed cheap and wrong. Anyhow, Bertolt Brecht died on the 14th of August 1956 of a heart attack, and was buried in a cemetery in Mitte, Berlin overlooking the apartment he once shared with his partner named Helene Weigel.

                                                                                          During his lifetime, Bertolt Brecht employed several theatrical and dramatic techniques such as breaking the 4th wall, which meant interacting with the audience and allowing them to participate in the theatrical scene. He also used harsh lighting on the audience to ‘awaken them’; These techniques, as well as his unconventional use of props (Which were very minimalistic: instead of giving a character a costume he gave them signs that named the character the represented, such as ‘policeman’ or ‘fireman’, etc.) were employed to make people think and not feel, which opposed the Aristotelian ideas of theatre which represented relief by letting out emotions by watching theatre. He decided that it was better to make people think after the play than to feel, as it held more value and instilled more change. He inspired several creators and playwrights such as Augusto Boal who initiated the radical left for of drama, ‘Theatre of the Opressed’. And while I may strongly disagree with his political views, and especially his support of violent repression that favored his political opinion (represented in his work “The Decision”) I have to admit that he recreated the world of drama and theatre and was one of the most influential and prominent playwrights of the 20th century, and changed drama forever.

                                                                                          • Andre Wijaya
                                                                                            Andre Wijaya  3 days back

                                                                                            Quicksilver: alright times for me to have some fun running Around

                                                                                            • Ellen Knight
                                                                                              Ellen Knight  3 days back

                                                                                              Eat the rich

                                                                                              • eska 12
                                                                                                eska 12  3 days back

                                                                                                If bill gates or jeff bezoz got bored they will buy this