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The Late Sheikh Saleh Abdullah Kamel’s Massive LA Estate Listed For $32.5 Million

With a $32.5 million asking price, the sizable estate built by renowned architect Richard Landry in Beverly Hills’ upscale Beverly Park area has gone on the market.



A sizable mansion in Beverly Hills’ upscale Beverly Park area has gone on the market with a $32.5 million asking price. And as Mansion Global notes, the history of this distinctive property is almost as fascinating as the property itself. It was built in the 1990s by one Norman Zada, the founder of Perfect 10, an adult magazine that specialized in pictures of models without plastic surgery, and was later purchased by the late Sheikh Saleh Abdullah Kamel (who passed away in May). We can look to the architect who designed the mansion, renowned architect Richard Landry, to add one more notable character to the narrative. Landry is responsible for the home’s particular aesthetic, which still has a futuristic, cutting-edge feel to it today as it did when it was first designed in the 1990s. The home was advertised as such in The Agency’s official marketing brochures from a few years ago: “This approximately 20,000 square foot compound, which sits on a magnificent 6.78 acre site, has a fluid flow concept for everyday life and elegant entertaining. Richly proportioned rooms, glass walls, gleaming finishes, and a grand, spacious entrance conjure a level of luxury suited for kings and celebrities alike. Approximately 6,100 square feet of multi-level guest housing and an entertainment pavilion are part of the highly secure property. A futuristic steel-columned bridge connects them to the main house. The grounds of this exclusive resort feature a lap pool and pool house, a large pool gazebo, a separate plunge pool, a paddle tennis court, a security pavilion, cascading waterfalls, and much more. It is tucked away among verdant hills and surrounded by manicured lawns, mature palms, and towering pines. A magnificent estate that is unmatched.” The estate’s other distinct building is “currently arranged as an office,” according to an MG story, which is a characteristic that makes it an excellent selling advantage given that even billionaires these days work from home. The main mansion includes 11 bedrooms and 18 bathrooms. Watch the following video from The Agency to see for yourself this unique home that is currently for sale with a $32.5 million asking price:

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