Rockstar Energy creator Russ Weiner tries $45,000,000 Million Beverly Hills flip

Though Weiner struck gold by marketing an energy drink in a tall-boy can, Rockstar remains a distant competitor to the other two billionaire-run energy drink brands, Monster and Red Bull. One reason Weiner might be stuck in third place: He spends less on marketing than competitors and chooses to sponsor music festivals and low-tier extreme sports rather than purchase traditional ads. The son of right-wing talk-radio star Michael Savage, Weiner unsuccessfully ran for California State Assembly in 1998 and remains interested in politics…

Russ Weiner may not have lived in his Beverly Hills estate, but the 12,100-square-foot mansion still made it to the top of last week’s priciest listings.
Weiner planned to live in the estate – once owned by Madonna – but changed his mind and has listed the property with an asking price of $45 million.
He purchased the nine-bedroom, 14-bathroom home in 2015 for $19 million.

An impressive tree-lined private driveway leads to a French country estate in prime A+ location in the heart of Beverly Hills. Nine bedrooms, ten full bathrooms, four half bathrooms, on 1.14 flat acres. Main home plus two separate detached guest houses, 60 foot long resort style pool and spa, north/south facing tennis court, 15 seat home theater, surround sound systems in four additional television viewing areas, state-of-the-art fitness center, seven fireplaces, full professional bar, staff quarters. No expense was spared in this automated smart home with designer kitchen plus secondary kitchen. The extensive remodel includes handmade custom milled cabinetry with the finest details of true old-world craftsmanship blended with modern day conveniences. This turnkey estate comes loaded with every detail thought through.

 

Courtesy of: Luxury Real Estate Preview and Rami Atherton