Beverly Park Compound Designed by Richard Landry lists for $32.5M (PHOTOS)

Beverly Park Compound Designed by Richard Landry lists for $32.5M

$32,500,000 | Built 2000 | 20,000 Sq. Ft. | 11 Beds | 18 Baths | 6.78 Acres
72 Beverly Park, Beverly Hills, California, United States, 90210

The former home of Norm Zada, former Stanford professor and money manager who created Perfect 10 magazine, is back on the market for $32.5 million after selling in 2010 for $16.5 million. The 6.78 acre compound was on the market for $45 million in 2016. The 20,000 square foot residence was designed by architect Richard Landry and built in 2000 on top of Beverly Park North. Designed with a seamless flow layout for daily living and sophisticated entertaining, the residence includes a grand voluminous entrance, walls of glass and generously proportioned rooms. The highly secure compound includes an approximately 6,100 square foot multi-level guest residence and entertainment pavilion connected to the main house by a futuristic steel-columned bridge. Nestled in the lush hills and surrounded by manicured lawns, mature palms and towering pines, the grounds include a lap pool and pool house, large pool gazebo, separate plunge pool, paddle tennis court, security pavilion, cascading waterfalls and so much more. It’s on the market for $32.5 million with Mauricio Umansky of The Agency.















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