NSFW Ad for $100M Home Stars Gold- Coated Women
Beverly Hills residence has champagne vault, car museum, and a really weird sales video
By Jenn Gidman,  Newser Staff
Posted May 4, 2017 2:21 PM CDT
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(Newser) – "Come for the sale ... Stay for the sexy fantasy chicks!" That's the way TMZ plugs a bizarre video trying to sell what's being touted as Beverly Hills' most expensive home: a $100 million retreat called Opus, the brainchild of film producer Nile Niami, per People. The 20,500-square-foot residence features seven bedrooms, 11 bathrooms, and a list of other extravagant amenities that People notes "a luxury buyer ... couldn't have dreamed up if they tried." Those add-ons include a champagne vault that can hold 170 bottles of Cristal champagne (there's a 944-bottle overflow area if that's not enough room); a 10-car "museum" that comes already stocked with a Rolls and a Lamborghini that, combined, could be worth close to $800,000 themselves; and more plebeian comforts like a couple of swimming pools, a wellness center, and a salon.

But it's the hedonistic, NSFW video that real estate firm Hilton & Hyland is using to promote the fancy digs that's really catching everyone's attention. The three-minute commercial is designed to show hopeful homeowners "a sneak peek into a life where the boundaries are limitless," which in Beverly Hills seems to include writhing, nearly naked gold-coated women enjoying their time in the house with a pretend female homeowner, with the spectacular Los Angeles landscape in full view. To say there are sexual undertones is an understatement—especially when the homeowner breaks open one of those Cristal bottles. "I kept telling the director 'Go darker … go sexier …' and was thrilled to see the results," Niami says, per People. (There's another home in LA that's serious competition.)

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