Celebrity Dermatologist Dr. Alex Khadavi Wants $87.777M for Bel Air Mansion
Unsurprisingly, doctors who specialize in cosmetic enhancement in Los Angeles seem to have no shortage of business. Their lavish properties keep coming onto the market with awe-inspiring asking prices. This time last year, renowned rhinoplasty practitioner Dr. Raj Kanodia reduced his Bel Air mansion ask from $180 million to $125 million. What a discount, right? And now, and in the same storied neighborhood, dermatologist and cosmetic surgeon to the stars Dr. Alex Khadavi’s home dubbed Palazzo di Vista has listed for $87.777 million.
Khadavi began designing and building his Bel Air prize in 2016, and it boasts an extravagant, high-tech focus on art.
While an official tally of square footage is unavailable, a multi-sensory art gallery comprised of Non-Fungible Tokens (or NFTs) supplies some idea of the property’s scale. This NFT art gallery was crafted by Pierre Marcand and Syllia de Palma at Marcand de Palma art curators and is the first of its kind. Included in this wholly modern museum is a rotatable 2-D laser projector, designed for NFT artwork, capable of casting light up to 1,650 square feet over the pool. This pool, equipped with misters, combined with the dancing lights is like the backdrop of an O Cirque du Soleil show. Not included in the listing price, the currently-installed artworks are nevertheless negotiable.
Elsewhere, views of Los Angeles at every turn make each window frame its own piece of art. The seven-bedroom spread counts what some might call entertaining essentials such as a retractable DJ table in the grand foyer, Feng Shui koi pond, and floating wraparound deck. A tequila bar also sits outside. Aaron Kirman of Aaron Kirman Group at Compass and Mauricio Umansky at The Agency share the listing.