A super-prime mansion owned by renowned dermatologist, cancer researcher and cosmetic and reconstructive surgeon to the stars, Dr Alex Khadavi, has gone on sale for $87,777,777.
Palazzo di Vista was a collaboration with the Ali Rad Design Group and is located on top of a promontory in Bel Air, offering arguably one of the greatest views of Los Angeles – stretching from the San Gabriel Mountains to the Channel Islands.
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This brand-new, ultra-luxe manse boasts unparalleled amenities for futural living, including a first-of-its-kind multi-sensory non-fungible token (NFT) art gallery (like Bitcoin of the art world) that features seven indoor large-screen media displays valued at $7 million (priced separtely). There's a rotatable 2D laser projector designed for NFT artwork that casts light in a rhombic-shape up to 1,650 square feet over the pool with misters, emulating Disney’s California Adventure Park’s World of Color attraction.
Featured NFT art on display, curated by Pierre Marcand and Sylia de Palma of Marcand de Palma (MDP) Art Curators, includes artwork by Ghost Girl and BigHead Music Producer (producer of Gucci Gang by Lil Pump). Also on display throughout the home is physical artwork by the likes of Andy Moses, Shane Guffogg and Jimi Gleason.
Like to party? The seven-bedroom compound also features a retractable DJ table experience designed in the middle of the grand foyer that would make Calvin Harris and David Guetta green with envy.
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There's an oversized infinity pool idea with several seven-horsepower jets to literally feel the bass as they are set to pump in time with the music; and it also boasts sweeping views over the city below.
Another upscale feature is the glass elevator encompassed in a Feng Shui Koi pond.
The estate boasts six bedrooms and a grandeur master wing with a floating wrap-around deck, and a detached guest house featuring its own chef’s kitchen, custom indoor-outdoor living space and a tequila bar.
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There's also an expansive garage, perfect for that fleet of super cars.
Khadavi began designing and building the palatial masterpiece in 2016. He was inspired by the property’s natural beauty and the four basic elements of life, along with Italian Mathematician Fibonacci’s sequential and numerical way of thinking,
He created Palazzo di Vista to represent all elements of life while encompassing The Golden Ratio, a term cultivated by Fibonacci to showcase that two quantities are in the golden ratio if their ratio is the same as the ratio of their sum to the larger of the two quantities.
The property is listed with Aaron Kirman of Aaron Kirman Group at Compass and Mauricio Umansky at The Agency.
Who is Dr Alex Khadavi?
A renowned dermatologist, Dr Alex Khadavi has a client list that includes Lance Bass and David Hasselhof. According to WSJ, he is joining a number of high-profile cosmetic doctors turning his attention to building megamansions, and joins Raj Kanodia, doctor to the Kardashian clan, in the pursuit. Dr Kanodia listed his Bel Air mansion for $180 million back in 2018.
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