Adrienne Maloof Sells Massive Beverly Hills Mansion For $20 Million

Adrienne Maloof Sells Massive Beverly Hills Mansion For $20 Million
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Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Adrienne Maloof has sold her massive Beverly Hills mansion for an astounding $20 million dollars. The big sale comes just a month after putting it on the market, with the house originally listed for an asking price of $26 million.

Still, the 51-year-old can’t complain, considering the French chateau-style estate was purchased for $12.708 million in 2004.

The eight bedroom, 11 bathroom estate has been featured often on her hit reality show, and it boasts a wine cellar, gym and screening room, a pool, and a guest house.

The extravagant home was designed by the architect Richard Landry.

The abode sold for just under $20 million quickly ‘because inventory in the Beverly Park neighborhood has become scare in the past two years,’ the Wall Street Journal reported.

The buyer is ‘an L.A. businessman who was looking in the neighborhood for a long time and liked the French chateau-style of the nearly 20,000-square-foot home.’

Ashton Tyler | Elite.

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