Bel Air’s 48,000 Sq. Ft. ‘Le Belvedere’ Château Hits The Market For $85-Million (PHOTOS)
Bel Air’s 48,000 Sq. Ft. ‘Le Belvédère’ Château Hits The Market For $85-Million
630 Nimes Road, Bel Air, California, United States
It’s priced $115-million less than the iconic Spelling Manor, offers nearly 50,000 square feet of living space, and can be yours for $85-million. With stunning 280° city views, this 48,000 square foot, 2.2 acre French inspired chateau has it all. Walled and gated with exceptional entertaining areas, exquisite design and detail. Professional screening room, grand ballroom, 5,000 bottle wine cellar, 3 sumptuous master suites, 7 additional bedrooms, beautiful grounds with fountains, loggia and terraces, infinity pool, spa, 19 fireplaces, elevator, Moroccan suite, Turkish hummam, gym, commercial kitchen, swan pond, and so much more. The property was developed by real estate developer Mohamed Hadid who sold it to an international buyer in 2010 for $50-million. The buyer never moved in and Hadid reportedly leased the property back. His firm Mohamed and Hadid & Development Group have completed many commercial projects and substantial private homes including this 48,000 square foot mansion in Beverly Hills, however the grass isn’t always greener on the other side. He is currently facing criminal charges related to Bel Air’s Strada Vecchia mansion which was reportedly built without permits and has been labelled the “starship enterprise” by neighbours. Le Belvédère is on the market for $85-million with Joyce Rey.