Oh, what could have been. Developer and celebrity dad Mohamed Hadid had planned on building one of SoCal’s largest estates before financial woes kicked in. And now, the 27.5 acre sprawl has hit the market for $68 million. The listing includes two fully permitted residences currently under construction set above Beverly Hills.
Planned to be nearly 78,541 square feet, the four-level main residence will offer views via massive floor-to-ceiling windows and countless glass doors leading to outdoor patios, decks and vanishing-edge pools. Plans for the main residence includes a 36-person theater, a Turkish bath, wine cellar with tasting room, a hot yoga room, staff offices and quarters and a garage that can hold two turntables offering almost 6,000 square feet.
Plans for the second residence includes a two-level design that measures approximately 24,336 square feet. A combined total of 19 bedrooms and 33 baths are featured, and both homes have plans for elevators, bowling lanes, gyms, lounges, chef-worthy kitchens and only the finest finishes, fixtures, and state-of-the-art smart-home and security systems.
There are also plans that have been submitted for a third house on the lot that will be 28,000 square feet.
Proceeds of the sale will be used to satisfy creditors, with Jade Mills and Gene Bush of Coldwell Banker Realty holding the listing.