How Mohamed Hadid Is Making Real-Estate History
Yolanda's ex is behind the most expensive house publicly listed for sale in the U.S.
Million Dollar Listing agents: take note!
One unbelievably lavish Beverly Hills property recently earned the distinction of being the most expensive real estate listing in the country when it went on the market for $195 million—and none other than Yolanda Foster's ex-husband helped make that happen.
A 12 bedroom, 23 bathroom villa that sits on 25 acres and includes a detached guest home was developed by Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star's ex-husband. The Daily Mail reports that it is the most expensive publicly listed house for sale in the United States.
The appropriately named Palazzo di Amore, or Palace of Love, began with Mohamed's vision and was created through the joint efforts of architect Bob Ray Offenhauser and designer Alberto Pinto, according to the Daily Mail. The property has also benefited from $25 million and eight years worth of renovations courtesy of current owner, entrepreneur Jeff Greene, the website reports.
The 'Palace' doesn't just have a listing—it has it's own website detailing every feature of property. Agents Joyce Rey and Stacy Gottula describe it as "a residence that defines privilege and grace in the 21st century" and "a masterpiece of design in an incomparable location."
It's unclear whether the property has lemon trees (Yolanda's fave!) but there is a vineyard on the grounds and the home includes a 13,000-bottle wine cellar to help house the 400-500 cases of wine produced there every year. And after enjoying wine from their own label, Beverly Hills Vineyards, the lucky owner of this villa can choose to party at the in-house disco complete with a revolving dance floor, or retire to their 5000 square foot master suite.
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[Source: Daily Mail]