The epidemic-driven market downturn means there are deals to be found in luxury real estate – buyers must have a way to follow them. In the preferred Beverly Hills Flats neighborhood, a mansion originally listed last summer sold for 45 million last week, revealing property records, with a 50% discount but still one of the largest transactions recorded in the area in a few months.
Somewhat surprisingly, the buyer is not a Hollywood mogul or a high-profile CEO but rather a little-known local businessman who runs a large, LA-based manufacturing operation that specializes in producing and supplying fresh and frozen food to grocers and restaurants.
Designed by developer Essam Ali, based on speculation by Roman James, the contemporary structure carries all modern technology museums with state-of-the-art security systems, Lutron and Crestron smart home lighting and automation systems, and a Delos wellness system with indoor air and light quality.
Encouraged by mature palm trees, the house is a block of black-and-white, Lego-like bonanza that makes it a private L.A. More similar to the Miami office building than the interior, the interior includes a Fendi-branded kitchen with custom finishes, a soundproof home theater with space for 16 and a 58-car wall animation, turntable and a seven-car attached garage with surround sound. Yes, even motorists enjoy five-star accommodation.
The estate offers an adjoining master suite with adjoining double bedrooms and dual walk-in closets, a downstream swimming pool with waterfall features, a gym, sauna, elevator, marble wet bar and a 16,000 sq ft open concept interior. Spread over three distinct levels.
In addition to its Beverly Hills excavation, records have revealed that the food merchant buyer owns at least two million more L.A. Back in 2013, he went straight to the iconic Sunset Strip for contemporary mentions. gave millions of dollars; Earlier this year, he spent another $ 3.3 million on a contemporary home in the Central-Fairfax district.