Location: 72 Beverly Park Drive, Beverly Hills, CA

Square Footage: 19,000

Bedrooms & Bathrooms: 11 bedrooms & 18 bathrooms

Price: $45,000,000

The former mansion of Perfect 10 Magazine founder Norm Zada has been re-listed for $45 million. Norm sold it in 2010 for $16 million. The current owner then put it back on the market for $25 million the following year.

The contemporary style estate is located at 72 Beverly Park Drive in the exclusive gated community of Beverly Park in Beverly Hills, CA and is situated on 6.7 acres of land. It was designed by the renowned Landry Design group and built in 2000.

It boasts a main house and guest house attached by a bridge with approximately 19,000 square feet of combined living space. There are a total of 11 bedrooms and 18 bathrooms.

Outdoor features include a motor court, swimming pool with spa and a tennis court.

It is listed at $45,000,000.


  • Pierre

    It was built in 2000 and already it looks dated… The location is pretty good, but 45 millions seems too much somehow. Well at least it’s a proper mansion in term of space and amenities.


  • Craig2080

    House could be cool with a Paul McClean designed reno I think. Landry’s contemporary always fails and looks dated from day one. Look at the Full House guys spec house that he cannot sell despite having one of the best views of any of the contempo spec homes that have been on the market in awhile.

    They are smoking crack if they think their $16.5mm investment on this is now $45mm. I could see it selling for $25-30mm and then having a pretty extensive rehab.