It’s no secret that Lisa Vanderpump lives in the lap of luxury. Her Beverly Hills mansion, dubbed “Villa Rosa,” has all the trappings of an over-the-top manse. From the gated entryway and moat at the front door (which, by the way, is all glass), to the stunning $300,000 kitchen to the gorgeous TV-viewing areas to the omnipresent smell of fresh flowers, Villa Rosa is like something out of a gorgeous Italian movie.
And, fear not, Lisa treasures her abode. “Villa Rosa, our home, is one of my favorite places in the world,” Lisa recently wrote on her and daughter Pandora Vanderpump Sabo's personal blog Very Vanderpump. “Every morning I wake up and look over the incredibly lush and isolated valley below my windows and I can't help feeling happy, humbled and grateful. Villa Rosa is a lush oasis, nestled into the rolling rises of Beverly Hills — it feels like it's in the middle of the countryside and yet it's only 5 minutes from the hustle and bustle of the town below.”
And that lush oasis includes one area that we are totally obsessed with. Meet Lisa’s outdoor dining room! The scene of both Stassi Schroeder’s post-engagement celebration and Ken Todd’s birthday dinner last year, the home’s outdoor dining room is located in the backyard underneath a grove of olive trees.
The area’s focal point is a seemingly never-ending table—literally, it can seat nearly 20 people!—that has built-in troughs for flowers or wine storage (genius) and is flanked by Lucite chairs that keep the focus away from the seating and focused solely on the gorgeous surroundings. The al fresco space’s piece de resistance, however, are the gorgeous crystal chandeliers hanging from above.
Sigh. We want to go to there with Lisa’s pup!
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