Property once owned by Saudi royalty in Beverly Park sells
Nov 21 2011 4:51PM
A Beverly Park compound that was once owned by Saudi royal family member Abdul Aziz bin Abdullah, recently sold for $16.875 million. The property has been on the market for almost a year and was originally listed at $21.195 million.
The Arab News reports that the prince served as his father's adviser who was the king of Saudi Arabia from 1989 to this year. He was appointed the deputy foreign minister in July.
The house sits on over three acres in a gated community and was built in 2002. Photos of the estate from an aerial view show just how massive the property is. There are two homes on the property totaling in 29,069 square feet of living space. In all that space, the home has 18 bedrooms and a staggering 28 bathrooms. Outside the home has a swimming pool, sun deck, changing area and a cabana.
It has not been reported where the royal family has moved to or who will be moving in.