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See Inside the $22.5M Bel-Air Mansion Mauricio Umansky & Farrah Aldjufrie Are Co-Listing
Who's ready to be the next Fresh Prince of Bel-Air? Mauricio Umansky and Farrah Aldjufrie have a little something for you...
Kyle Richards' daughter Farrah Aldjufrie has gone into the family business with her stepdad, Mauricio Umansky, at The Agency, and now the two are co-listing a fabulous estate that could make someone the next Fresh Prince of Bel-Air. The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills family are the reps for a seller that is asking for $22.5 million for a three-level, seven-bedroom, eight-bathroom estate.
"Tucked behind gates in the coveted Platinum Triangle of Bel Air, this magnificent Mediterranean estate showcases opulent interiors and resort-like grounds in one of the country’s most esteemed neighborhoods," Farrah captioned a gallery of photos of the home on Instagram.
Let's take a closer look at some of this home's highlights!
The 10,000-square-foot home sits behind massive private gates and an old world wraparound motor court with two entrances and is surrounded by lush greenery, palm trees, and a resort-like backyard with a pool and so much more. Welcome home!
This double-height foyer screams Architectural Digest. It can probably be tiring trudging up such grand spiraling stairs, but there's a plush sofa to rest on right at the top!
With the latest appliances and a huge center island, it would be a pleasure to cook and entertain in this professional-grade kitchen, which overlooks a bright dining room.
Two of the seven bedrooms in the house are master-level, with huge fireplaces, vista-filled balconies, and marble en-suite bathrooms. There are more guest bedrooms on the third floor, which are accessible by elevator.
If a huge pool with water features isn't enough to tempt a potential buyer, this backyard's ornate tropical landscaping, gazebos, and two-story, 1,000-square-foot guest house might seal the deal. Who's ready to buy?