Mansion Built for Iris Cantor Sells for $40M

The Bel Air mansion built for philanthropist Iris Cantor by her husband Bernard Gerald Cantor recently sold for $40 million, which is $13 million less than the original $53 million asking price. The couple snatched up the land in 1991 and proceeded to build the gargantuan estate designing it to house their massive art collection. View the listing.

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New York Live
The Bel Air mansion built for philanthropist Iris Cantor by her husband Bernard Gerald Cantor recently sold for $40 million, which is $13 million less than the original $53 million asking price. The couple snatched up the land in 1991 and proceeded to build the gargantuan estate designing it to house their massive art collection. <a href="http://www.realtor.com/realestateandhomes-detail/332-St-Cloud-Rd_Los-Angeles_CA_90077_M22977-22958?source=hp" target="_blank">View the listing</a>.
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The massive crib totals 35,000 square feet and was designed to house the Cantor's extensive art collection. Iris Cantor is reportedly the owner of an incredibly large collection of works by Rodin.
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The property originally hit the market in 2009 with a price tag of $53 million.
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A view of the ornate master suite. The imperial mansion features nine bedrooms and 21 bathrooms.
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Rodin sculptures are peppered throughout the ritzy residence.
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In addition to this ritzy room, the gigantic spread features a three-story entry hall, a den, office, media room, billiard room, gym, wine cellar, and beauty parlor.
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Iris Cantor is the chairman and president of the Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Foundation, which supports the visual arts. Her husband who passed away in 1996 founded the securities firm Cantor Fitzgerald.
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A view of the classy office and study.
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A look at the lavish outdoor pool and patio areas. There is also a tennis court and a 10-car garage.
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