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This gives a whole new meaning to “I’ll take two.”
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos has successfully completed a mind-boggling combination of a real estate transaction, plopping down a whopping $255 million to the Los Angeles area mansions, including the legendary Warner, Bankruptcy and the legacy of the late, Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen.
Bezos, the world’s richest man with a fortune of more than us $120 billion), was purchased from the mega-houses, for $165 million and $90 million, respectively. The Warner’s mansion in the 90210 zip code, previously owned by American film producer and music exec David Geffen. Geffen reportedly paid $47.5 million for the property in the early 1990s, according to The Wall Street Journal, which first reported the news.
Amazon’s CEO, Jeff Bezos, and his partner, Lauren Sanchez, stands for a photo in front of the Taj Mahal, is in Agra, India, Tuesday, Jan. 21, by the year 2020. (AP Photo/Pawan Sharma)
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The combined transactions account for only 0.2% of Bezos’s net worth.
The 9-acre estate, surrounded by high hedges and a gate that was originally built in the 1920’s, Jack Warner, who is the founder and former president of Warner Bros. The Hollywood mogul came to an end, the extension of the property with a number of neighboring properties, the Architectural Digest, has been reported. It was reported to have been the site of many star-studded parties of the 1930’s to the mid 60’s.
The Warner Estate in Los Angeles, california. (Credit: Google Maps)
At the time of the house, was a 13,600-square-feet. There are also two separate houses on the property, a tennis court and a private 9-hole golf course.
The $165 million price tag, is firmly on top of the $150 million related to the sale of the country Estate, Chartwell, in the neighborhood of Bel-Air, the famous, featured in the credits of “The Beverly Hillbillies.” The Chartwell Estate, and was purchased in December by Lachlan Murdoch, FOX, and Executive Chairman and the CEO and co-chairman of News Corp’s. Fox News is a division of the FOX Corporation.
In addition to the Warner estate, which was not listed by the MLS (multiple listing service), Bezos, bought a of dust that used to be owned by All of them. This property is located just 1.7 km away from the other to buy, according to Variety.
All, bought the 120-acre property in 1997 for $20 million and spent millions more renovating, the product Range will be added. It includes a one-mile-long driveway and two gated entrances, among other features. After his death, by 2018, All the family has put the home on sale for $150 million, only to have it later cut the price to $110 million Range.
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The Hollywood-centric news outlet noted that, Bezos and his girlfriend, former TV news anchor Lauren Sanchez, was looking at houses in the area for quite some time now.
Amazon’s CEO Jeff Bezos, right, along with the American news anchor Lauren Sanchez poses for photos during a “blue carpet” event hosted by Amazon and the Prime Video is located in Mumbai, India, on Jan. 16, by the year 2020. (Photo by Imtiyaz Shaikh /Anadolu Agency via Getty Images)
The combined purchase price of $255 million, above the $238 million that the hedge fund executive Ken Griffin spend in a penthouse in new york city. Take the purchase of the most expensive home ever sold in the US, Fox Business reported earlier.
Bezos finalized his divorce from his ex-wife, MacKenzie, last year, has been no stranger to large real estate transactions.
He was recently in Washington, D. C., on the basis of residence, has more than 25 bathrooms, and 1,006 lights, two elevators, a ballroom, and 287 fire-alarm system, sprinklers. Bezos has accrued more than $16,000 worth of tickets, while the renovation of the house, and Fox News, which reported earlier this month.
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Fox Business-James Leggate, Fox News’ Janine Puhak, Christopher Carbone contributed to this report.