Can You Guess Whose House This Is?

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The Beverly Hills estate of Armand Marciano, the co-founder of Guess? Inc., just came on the market at $63 million, which is a lot of jeans, no matter who's doing the zipping.

The 30,000-square-foot Mediterranean estate has a total of 10 bedrooms and 22 bathrooms, according to the MLS. It sits on nearly 20 acres. This is one of those places that oozes Old World European elegance and has the kind of privacy that people with $63 million to spend on a house prefer to have. There are formal living and dining rooms, nine fireplaces, a library and an elevator. At 30,000 square feet, maybe a map should be included, too.

The main house has an elevator and there are three bedrooms in the staff quarters. There is a mosaic-tiled swimming pool, orchards, fountains, a pool house with kitchen and pizza oven, and a tennis court and pavilion.

Along with a 17-car garage, there's room for 27 cars to park in the motor court. There's also an extensive wine cellar, a media screening, projection room and a commercial grade kitchen.

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Marciano, along with his two brothers, created the publicly traded Guess? company in 1981.

No, this isn't Los Angeles' most expensive listing -- not by a longshot. The manor belonging to Candy Spelling tops the national list at $150 million, followed closely by Suzanne Saperstein's Fleur de Lys at $125 million. William Randolph Hearst and Marion Davies' former Beverly House is listed at $95 million.

Joyce Rey of Coldwell Banker Beverly Hills has co-listed the property with Kurt Rappaport of Westside Estate Agency, Beverly Hills.

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