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Mansion for sale in Beverly Hills, California: Opus by Nile Niami hits the market with a provocative video

Luxury real estate firm Hilton & Hyland, helmed by Nile Niami, a former Hollywood producer, has recently released a promo video for Opus, a $100 million mansion in Beverly Hills, featuring nearly naked models

May 12, 2017 | By Staff Writer

Sex sells – and luxury real estate developer Hilton & Hyland is capitalising on this age-old notion with its latest video on Opus, a $100 million property located on Beverly Hills, California.

Giving Fifty Shades of Grey a good run for its money, the short film opens with a scene in the master bedroom, where a lingerie-clad model indulges in some frisky VR stimulation. Shortly after, another model shows up, wearing nothing but gold paint and jewellery. More nearly-naked girls appear throughout the video – swimming, making cocktails, popping Champagne, and dancing around supercars – as the camera follows them around various parts of the mansion.

In a press statement, Niami – Hilton & Hyland’s head honcho – explains: “We took a darker approach to the styling and direction of the trailer because as night falls on Opus, the house has a very alluring and undeniably sexy vibe that needed to be captured.”

Admittedly, the Opus mansion is stunning. Perched above Los Angeles with killer views of the city and the Pacific Ocean, the 20,500-square-foot property boasts a gorgeous, state-of-the-art interior that features seven bedrooms, 11 bathrooms, two oh-so-dreamy super-sized pools (one indoors, one outdoors), a Lamborghini Aventador Spyder, a the Rolls-Royce Dawn, Roberto Cavalli flooring, a 15-seat curved screen theatre with JBL Synthesis Audio, a Champagne vault with 170 bottles of Cristal, a “Winestation” that preserve and dispense glasses, a flashy kitchen, Longhi doors in suede and embossed leather, and $2 million worth of artwork including two Damien Hirst paintings.

With such extravagance, the house would sell itself – sans girls – but we’re pretty sure some red-blooded billionaires shopping online for a new mansion wouldn’t mind the “additional” views.

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