An 11,894-square-foot mansion in the Beverly Park area of Beverly Hills, Calif. has just hit the market for $29,500,000.

In a Big Time Listings exclusive, we can report on the listing of the five-bedroom mansion, which was built in 2002 and which sits on a 5.133-acre parcel at 66 Beverly Park. The mansion just came on the market yesterday. Its owner, developer Robert Bisno, has been well-documented for his battles over foreclosure of this estate, as well as pending litigation with the North Beverly Park homeowners association regarding their having installed gates on the property, a dinosaur topiary and a rather colorful, eight-foot abstract sculpture (of what some say is a woman on her back with her legs in the air!) in their motor court. Take a look at this 2006 New York Times article for more on the Bisnos' conflicts with their neighbors.

Features in the Bisnos' mansion include eight baths, a master suite with his and hers baths and an adjoining gym and spa, a media room, a piano room, a wood-paneled, two-story office, a brick-lined wine cellar with its own dining and living areas, and a kitchen that leads out onto a manicured rose garden, according to listing information. Outdoor features on the property include a pool, a step-down tennis court, walking paths, and an outdoor cabana with a living area, bar and bath, according to listing information.

Check out an online listing sheet for the house here.