After Selling His $56M Mansion, Mohamed Hadid Is No Longer Living Quite As Large

After Selling His $56M Mansion, Mohamed Hadid Is No Longer Living Quite As Large

Lisa Vanderpump's friend Mohamed Hadid has downgraded his digs.

By Courtney Thompson
Mohamed Hadid New Home

Some of the most elaborate, over-the-top scenes from early episodes of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills took place at the home of longtime Lisa Vanderpump pal, Mohamed Hadid (aka the ex-husband of Yolanda Hadid and dad to supermodel spawn Gigi, Bella, and Anwar Hadid). Dubbed Le Belvedere, the lavish estate was located on 2.2 prime Bel Air acres and featured a French Chateau-style mansion complete with a poker room, a Moroccan-themed room, and two master suites. Oh, and let’s not forget it was the site of Jennifer Lopez’s "Dinero" music video, too!

However, Mohamed sold the estate last year for a whopping $56 million… which was significantly lower than the property’s original $85 million asking price. Where did the flamboyant real estate developer then land? According to Variety, he’s now living in a much smaller, more modest home. Mohamed paid $4.5 million for the 4,500-square-foot house in the Beverly Hills Post Office nabe, and while it’s beautiful and certainly more expensive than most homes in America… it’s not #houseofhadid.

Located on a cul de sac, the property sits on .6 acres and includes a library, a walk-in wine closet, and a renovated master bedroom with private access to the sprawling gardens (the site of a recent brunch with his daughters!).

While the home isn’t as grand as his last place, it seems Mohamed’s “cottage”—which is what he referred to his new home as in a recent Instagram post!—is making him just as happy as he’s always been!

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