Luxury developer Mohamed Hadid built a 48,000-square foot French chateau-style limestone mansion. Asking $58 million, it sits on one acre next to the Beverly Hills Hotel.
It was allegedly purchased by Uzbekistan president’s youngest daughter. Sprawled over 1.09 acres of prime land next to the Beverly Hills Hotel, the 48,000 square foot mansion was built in 15 months
This three-story French chateau-style residence features 7 bedrooms, 11 bathrooms, formal and informal dining rooms, family room with lounge bar, library with leather panels all around, 90-foot art gallery, professional screening room, ball room and indoor pool worthy of royalty. On the third level the limestone mansion touts a chandelier-adorned balcony and his-and-her-bathrooms with a hidden stairwell leading to the 3,800-square-foot garden on top of the roof.
The main kitchen features a walk-in glass pantry, butler’s pantry, a seating-area with fireplace and high-end appliances. There is also an additional catering kitchen on the lower level serving the grand 200-guest ballroom. Other amenities include a 5,000-bottle wine cellar, state of the art exercise room, a Moroccan-inspired lounge, Turkish bath with indoor pool, steam room, underground 40-seat home theater and 10-car parking. Outdoors there is a 60-foot infinity pool which lights up at night, a hot tub for 20 people, kitchen, 100-guest dining area, 3 additional baths, 3 fireplaces and 2 pool houses. Surrounded by palm, olive and magnolia trees the grounds, a real Eden, complete with fountains, loggia and terraces offer lush exotic vegetation.
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