For Adrienne Maloof of "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" fame, dividing up assets with her soon-to-be ex, plastic surgeon Paul Nassif, can't be easy. Well, at least Maloof has just got one big hurdle out of the way on her way to singledom, selling the amazing mansion she once shared with Nassif.
According to The Wall Street Journal, the former couple, who officially filed divorce documents this past summer, just sold their opulent French Chateau-style pad for around $20 million.
For Adrienne Maloof of "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" fame, dividing up assets with her soon-to-be ex, plastic surgeon Paul Nassif, can't be easy. Well, at least Maloof has just got one big hurdle out of the way on her way to singledom, selling the amazing mansion she once shared with Nassif. <a href="http://blogs.wsj.com/developments/2012/10/23/real-housewives-cast-members-home-sells-for-almost-20-million/" target="_blank">According to The Wall Street Journal</a>, the former couple, who officially filed divorce documents this past summer, just sold their opulent French Chateau-style pad for around $20 million.
The expansive Beverly Park mansion was designed by architect Richard Landry and boasts two acres of pristinely manicured grounds. Maloof and Nassif originally listed the home just a month ago for $26 million.
$20 million sure is a lot to shell out for a spread, but look at this posh backyard, which includes a swimming pool, guest house and pool house. According to the WSJ, the buyer is an L.A. businessman who had been looking to buy in the neighborhood for awhile.
The French Chateau-style abode is truly stunning. Here's a view of the circular driveway and facade of the home. According to public records, the former reality stars (she stars in "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" and he in "Dr. 90210") scooped up the residence in 1998 for a relatively mere $2.13 million.
Step inside the expansive manse and opulence abounds, even in the bathrooms. In fact, there are eleven baths in the lavish house.
While the decor may not be everyone's cup of tea, the furnishings and decorations definitely fit with the architecture of the palace… errr… home.
We know what you're thinking--a Sacramento Kings fan in Beverly Hills?! There may be a few of them out there, but Maloof's loyalty to the team actually makes sense. Her company, Maloof Companies (she's a co-owner), is part owner of the Sacramento NBA team. We doubt though that the new owners are big Kings fans.
This "Real Housewife" has no shortage of entertainment spaces. In fact, the spread boasts a bevy of dining rooms to choose from, both formal and informal.
Mirror mirror on the wall, who's the fairest of them all? While the public listing photos don't include captions, it's not hard to guess who this portrait is of. The reality star is likely taking this painting with her.
Here's a view of Maloof's covered outdoor patio and lounge area.
The formal dining room looks like it's fit for a princess. Or at least, a princess of Beverly Hills. Take a look at the sparkling chandelier and decadent gold table and chairs.
Two-story entrance foyer. No big deal.
Every reality star, big or small, must be in tip top shape for the omnipresent cameras. Here's a view of Maloof's home gym, which she and her personal trainer must've frequented.
A view of one of the living rooms in the gigantic 20,000-square-foot Beverly Hills pad.
Take a look at this massive garage, which looks to be as large as most peoples' homes, outside of Beverly Hills at least.
Sports memorabilia line the walls of what looks to be a dance studio. Maloof and Nassif announced their separation at the end of July and it looks like the couple (or their belongings) still occupy this first-class home.
Even the guest apartment is done up in grand style.
A view of the incredible kitchen, which features a huge chandelier, just like all kitchens, right?
Adrienne launched a shoe collection in December 2011, which makes sense why she has such an enviable shoe closet. The sacrifice one takes for work, right?
Here's a look at the home theater in the posh home.
Goodbye, wood-paneled library. Hello, $20 million.