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Norm Zada’s Former Compound – $25,000,000

Norm Zada’s Former Compound – $25,000,000

Norm Zada’s Former Compound – $25,000,000
August 11
16:53 2011

Norm Zada’s Former Compound

The former Beverly Hills compound of Norm Zada, the founder of Perfect 10 magazine/website, has been listed at $25,000,000.  Zada sold the property in 2010 for around $16 million.  Joan River’s hit tv show ‘How’d You Get So Rich?’ visited the home for a private tour in 2010.  It was said that Norm spent around $100,000 a year just on lawn care!

The absolute best opportunity to purchase a pristine almost new Beverly Park compound in years.  Trophy contemporary estate by the Landry Design Group sited on the highest elevation in Beverly Park.  The free-flowing approx 20,000 square foot estate includes a new 6,100 square foot guest house + 1,700 square foot bonus room at basement level, which is connected to the main house by a glass and stainless steel-columned bridge.  There is a total of 11 bedrooms & 18 bathrooms on 6.79 acres including 2 level acres with mountain views and city lights.  This private hilltop setting’s outdoor amenities include vast pristine lawns, large pool and paddle tennis court with pavilions.

Price: $25,000,000
Size: 20,000 Sq. Ft.
Bedrooms: 11
Bathrooms: 18
Speciality Items: 6.79 Acres, Built in 2000, Newly Built Guest House, Former Home of Norm Zada, Tennis Court, Pristine Lawns.
Address: 72 Beverly Park Drive, Beverly Hills, California, United States, 90210

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