Private equity firm founder Alex Soltani had the answer–and the cash–to take the 9,696 square feet luxurious home off the Good Doc’s hands and the $32 million sale price doubled the original $15.4 million Dre paid for the pad. According to the Los Angeles Times, property is said to have six bedrooms, nine bathrooms, a guest house for the Will Smith’s of the family, a library/media room, a den, a wine cellar and of course, a giant outdoor swimming pool.
The 36-year-old Soltani is the chairman and chief executive of Skyview Capital, a Century City-based private equity firm based that focuses on technology and telecommunication buyouts. His buyout of Dre’s old crib will ultimate lead to its destruction; he plans to demolish the existing structure and turn it into a trophy home worth $100 million. He will subsequently become neighbors with Leonardo DiCaprio and Keanu Reeves.
You can see pictures of the Hollywood Hills property while as it will be remembered here.
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