Hadid family mansion on the market for $85M

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It’s undeniable that Gigi and Bella Hadid have been absolutely slaying the runways this past year, especially this past week at NYFW.

And though we wish we could give you a cutesy story about how their success hails from humble beginnings, we’re here to tell you that the exact opposite is, in fact, true.

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The supermodels’ father, Mohamed Hadid, is an extremely successful real estate and property developer who built his own home named Le Belvédère, an $85M estate in Bel Air.

Chateau, castle, mansion – call it what you will.

This 35,000-square foot palace is enormous, exquisite and almost as breathtaking as the Hadid sisters themselves.

Le Belvédère’s listing poetically sums up the essence of the property :

“Le Belvédère rivals the grand palaces of Europe in its romantic beauty and majesty while embracing the security and convenience of today’s most up-to-date technology. Generous in scale and intimate in comfort, this is an estate designed foremost as a home: inviting, warm, private and spectacularly beautiful.”

 

Sitting on 2.2 acres, the home boasts 15 bathrooms and 10 bedrooms total, including two separate master suites.

Other notable rooms include a master ballroom (you know, for all the supermodel-stocked parties of your dreams), a 5,000-bottle wine cellar, a gym, movie theatre and a swan pond, just for good measure.

The property was built by Hadid and sold in 2010 – But, oddly enough, the new owner’s never moved in, leaving Hadid to rent the property out for the past seven years.

It’s back on the market for $85M so we’d venture to say you have just as much of a chance of being able to afford this house as you do landing Gigi or Bella’s career.

 

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